Many Roads One Journ

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HarperCollins, Jun 17, 1992 - Psychology - 448 pages
From the author of Women, Sex, and Addiction, a timely and controversial second look at 12-Step programs, helping all readers to draw on the steps' underlying wisdom, adapting them to their own experiences, beliefs, and sources of strength.

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Great recovery book, provides justification for being an individual and recovering in your own best way. However, it is not an excuse for being "terminally unique". Read full review

MANY ROADS, ONE JOURNEY: Moving Beyond the Twelve Steps

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A 16-step program for overcoming addiction and dependency that speaks to the special needs of women and minorities; by a self-described ``feminist, Quaker, psychologist, healer, peace and social ... Read full review

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Charlotte D. Kasl is a social activist and a psychologist at the forefront of the empowerment movement sweeping the recovery field. She lectures and leads workshops in the United States and abroad and lives near Missoula, MT.

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