Whether you are just embarking down the road of recovery or are well into the journey, consider Brenda Iliff's A Woman's Guide to Recovery your companion and guide. Brenda Iliff is a leading Hazelden clinician. She developed this guide to help women handle issues and challenges that come with their new life of recovery: How can you balance self-care with family responsibilities? What do you do about friends who aren't comfortable with your newfound sobriety? How do you rebuild family relationships? A Woman's Guide to Recovery offers real-life insight into what it means and what it takes to sustain healthy, lasting recovery.few years of just learning how not to drink and use drugs (and thata#39;s what it wasa a learning process), I started to open to the endless possibilities that were really available to me in my life. ... I had never believed that I could have a life like the people I read about or saw in the movies or on television. ... First I got my GED, then I put myself through college, and then I worked my way through law school.
|Title||:||A Womans Guide to Recovery|
|Publisher||:||Hazelden Publishing - 2009-06-03|