Relapse Traps: How to Avoid the Twelve Most Common Pitfalls in Recovery

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Bantam Books, 1992 - Self-Help - 287 pages
The authors of The Twelve Steps Revisited and Don't Help counsel the one out of every two Americans who, within the first year of recovery, fall back into the old patterns of dependency--by showing how to avoid and recover from these traps.

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Relapse traps: how to avoid the twelve most common pitfalls in recovery

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There are certain attitudes and behaviors, or "relapse traps,'' that predispose a recovering alcoholic or addict to return to former addictions, according to Rogers and McMillin, authors of Freeing ... Read full review

Contents

THE ANATOMY OF RECOVERY
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How People Fail
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The Problem of Emotions
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