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How to Stay Sober Recovery Without Religion

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ISBN-10: 0879754575

ISBN-13: 9780879754570

Edition: N/A

Authors: James Christopher

List price: $23.99
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Until now, virtually all therapy for alcoholics and other chemical-dependent individuals has been religious in nature. Traditional support groups imply that recovery is simply not possible without reliance on a supernatural "Higher Power" or "God as you understand Him." But the need for a secular alternative has been answered. How to Stay Sober: Recovery without Religion can help nonreligious alcoholics maintain philosophical integrity while achieving sobriety. There is no need to pay lip service to religious rituals and beliefs implied or directly stated by traditional support groups.
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Book details

List price: $23.99
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Publishers
Publication date: 4/1/1988
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 191
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Dedication
Foreword
Introduction
Can Sober Alcoholics Ever Drink Again?
A.A. and Beyond: Sobriety Without Superstition
Why Stress Sobriety Over Alcoholism?
Me, Responsible?
Phasing Out the Pavlovian Pull
Sobriety Strategies for the Newly Sober
No Matter What Vignettes
Little Things Mean A Lot
Drink Dreams
Spotlighting Sobriety for Survival
The Sobriety Priority at Close Range
The Sobriety Priority and Conscious Choice
The Importance of Self-Reliance and the Danger of Superstition
Gullibility and the Grateful Syndrome
Secular Treatment for Chemical Dependency
A Secular Framework for Sobriety
Living Well in Sobriety Is the Best Revenge
Conversation
This Is Serious
Secular Sobriety Groups: An Introduction
The S.S.G. Alternative
Maintaining Sobriety
Across-the-Board Sobriety
Alcoholics Helping Alcoholics
Sobriety Comes Out of the Closet
Conclusion
Weekly Journal
Press Releases
Free-thought Groups
Notes