Best Recovery by Adult Children of Alcoholics Books
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1. The Codependency Recovery Plan: A 5-Step Guide to Understand, Accept, and Break Free from the Codependent Cycle
Author: by Krystal Mazzola M.Ed LMFT
Break away and recover from patterns of codependencyIt could start as lending an occasional hand, but over time, escalates into putting someone else above everything elseeven our own well-being. Balance is needed for healthy relationships with others and ourselves. The Codependency Recovery Plan presents an enlightening look at codependency, where it comes from, and a detailed pathway out.
The Codependency Recovery Plan fully explains codependency, its symptoms, and the factors that contribute to its development. It offers guidance on ways to recognize codependent behavior, become a better communicator, set boundaries, mend romantic relationships, and raise your self-esteem. Chapter exercises provide a workspace for self-reflection so that you can see your situation with fresh eyes, and gain a new perspective on your own life.
Independence starts with a step-by-step plan:Step 1: Get in Touch with Your SelfLearn to look inward and become self-reliant. Step 2: Prioritize Self-CareHonor and value your own self-worth and be kind to yourself. Step 3: Build BoundariesSet limits for giving your life and love to others.
2. Adult Children of Alcoholics
Author: by Dr. Janet G. Woititz EdD
Health Communications Inc
In the 1980’s, Janet Woititz broke new ground in our understanding of what it is to be an Adult Child of an Alcoholic. In this updated edition of her bestseller she re-examines the movement and its inclusion of Adult Children from various dysfunctional family backgrounds who share the same characteristics.
After decades of working with ACoAs she shares the recovery hints that she has found to work. Read Adult Children of Alcoholics to see where the journey began and for ideas on where to go from here.
3. SHADOW WORK JOURNAL FOR BEGINNERS: Shadow Work Prompts Journal and Workbook for Beginners
Author: by Meadow Belle
It’s time to bring your Shadow Self into the light! Your shadow makes you to feel unworthy and causes you to react negatively to others. By looking into how you have created this shadow, you not only uncover hidden fears, but learn to heal past traumas.
6″x9″104 Pages82 Prompts10 Quotes4 Blank Letters To… 3 Pages for NotesPremium Matte Soft Cover Paperback in Multiple Cover Designs*Same Interior Available in 4 Different Cover Designs*Shadow Work Journal for Beginners-Purple Damask Look Pattern (Also Available in Hardcover)Shadow Work Notebook-Nebula Sky with ConstellationsShadow Work Prompts Journal-Melting Full MoonShadow Work Journal for Men-(Same Interior with Different Fonts)Distressed Black Linen Look with Skull & Roses
4. Mental Health Workbook: 6 Books in 1: The Attachment Theory, Abandonment Anxiety, Depression in Relationships, Addiction Recovery, Complex PTSD, Trauma, CBT Therapy, EMDR and Somatic Psychotherapy
Author: by Emily Attached
This book includes: 6 Manuscripts 1 ATTACHMENT THEORY 2 ABANDONMENT RECOVERY 3 THE ADDICTION RECOVERY 4 COMPLEX PTSD, TRAUMA AND RECOVERY 5 EMDR THERAPY 6 SOMATIC PSYCHOTHERAPYATTACHMENT THEORYYou can start to redress the balance to build stronger relationships with those close to you, with chapters that cover:How anxiety disorder developsHow to become self-disciplined with your emotionsLearning to communicate effectivelyHow positive reinforcement worksHow your physical health affects your mental stateDealing with conflictEmpathetic listening and its link to happiness.
And moreABANDONMENT RECOVERYYou will learn how to cope with the feelings of abandonment through chapters that examine:What affecting abandonmentAbandonment anxietyHow abandonment can change a lifeDepression in RelationshipsBuilding healthier relationshipsThe power of forgiveness. And moreTHE ADDICTION RECOVERYIn this book, you will find the necessary help to get you on the road to recovery, with chapters that cover:How to replace your addiction and find the peace you craveEducating yourself about your addictionWhat to avoid when you are developing new habits.
5. Healing The Child Within: Discovery and Recovery for Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families
Author: by Charles L. Whitfield M.D.
Dr. Whitfield provides a clear and effective introduction to the basic principles of recovery. This book is a modern classic, as fresh and useful today as it was more than a decade ago when first published. Here, frontline physician and therapist Charles Whitfield describes the process of wounding that the Child Within (True Self) experiences and shows how to differentiate the True Self from the false self.
He also describes the core issues of recovery and more. Other writings on this topic have come and gone, while Healing the Child Within has remained a strong introduction to recognizing and healing from the painful effects of childhood trauma.
Highly recommended by therapists and survivors of trauma.
6. Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life
Author: by Robert Jackman
Most people don’t realize how much unresolved emotional pain they carry around. They don’t know why they always feel depressed, anxious, victimized, or disappointed. They wonder why they keep making the same self-sabotaging impulsive decisions. These patterns often stem from their lost inner child, which carries a false narrative that has been on repeat since childhood.
The hurt emotions resulting from childhood experiences of abuse, neglect, or trauma show up in adulthood as explosive anger, isolation, bad relationship choices, negative self-talk, feelings of being overwhelmed, being a people pleaser, and keeping others at arm’s length. In Healing Your Lost Inner Child, Psychotherapist and Reiki master Robert Jackman takes you on a personal journey to explore unresolved wounds from your early life using the HEAL process for healing and embracing an authentic life.
Through stories and exercises, this easy-to-read book will encourage you to learn how to stop giving in to your wounded inner child’s emotional pain frozen inside a snow globe within you. Each chapter gently takes you closer to this original wounding so you can acknowledge and finally heal your pain.
7. Dear Anonymous
Author: by Sara Sheehan
.This book is a collection of stories told by so many of you, anonymously, with most having prose written by me in response to the stories. Some will have open space for you to lay your story, or to simply vent.
Blank pages to express yourself. An positive affirmations, heartache, lots of old pain, and current healing. We all are at different parts of our lives, so many might touch different stories than others, or all might be out your range, but you will still love this collection.
This book is full of life. It’s full of every emotion. It’s full of secrets from people who can’t confront themselves or others with such confidence because we don’t want to hurt or have hurt inflicted upon us. It’s a book for all of us.It’s a journey.
Hearing different stories from many different souls is very inspiring to keep moving forward and creating what you’ve always prayed to behold. I love this collection so much. I can’t wait to share it with all of you. I count down the days until you all get to be a part of this.
8. You're Not Crazy – You're Codependent.: What Everyone Affected by Addiction, Abuse, Trauma or Toxic Shaming Must know to have peace in their lives
Author: by Jeanette Elisabeth Menter
If your life has been affected by addiction (yours or someone else’s), abuse, trauma or toxic shaming, you may also be struggling with another invisible problem – codependency. Without your even being aware of the connection to the above issues, it has created additional life-long challenges such as endless guilt, anxiety, perfectionism, need to control, depression, a history of dysfunctional relationships and much more.
This easy to understand, interactive book will reveal how codependency has sobotaged you, the lies it created in your beliefs and the truths that expose them. Also included is a Guide to Recovery using simple acts of mindfulness to overcome harmful habits in your thinking, actions and choices that are keeping you from having peace.
Once you understand you are not crazy, just coping with the deep-seated effects of codependency, you will be free to create the life you were always meant to have.
9. Integrating My Shadow: A Shadow Work Prompt Companion Journal for Inner Child Healing (Shadow Work & Inner Child)
Author: by Intuitive Press
Are you ready to document your healing and personal growth journey like a boss? Whether you are new on this path or experienced in working with your inner child, this journal will get you going DEEP into the buried darkness within your being so that you can give it a great big hug!
In this journal you will:Find 100 journal prompts to explore your shadow selfDocument wounds kept from childhoodDiscover memories you have hidden from yourselfStart to love your whole selfRegain the strength to set boundaries to protect yourself while allowing yourself to be happy in a way you never imagined!
Disclaimer: This is a journal to document your healing journey. It is intended to be complementary to any therapeutic techniques already being used. There are no claims made that this journal will heal, cure, treat, assess or reverse trauma. This journal is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.
Add to cart now to enhance your trauma healing journey, document your progress and have a record for self-reflectionMake sure to check out the companion workbook Embracing My Shadow for more in-depth exercises to connect to your inner child and embrace the darker aspects of your being.
10. Staying Sober Without God: The Practical 12 Steps to Long-Term Recovery from Alcoholism and Addictions
Author: by Jeffrey Munn
Finally, a psychology-based approach to recovery that doesn’t require faith in a god or supernatural being. This book will guide you through a series of 12 steps designed to free you from the patterns that keep you stuck in your addictive cycle.
These 12 steps are developed to be workable whether you are currently in a traditional 12-step program or not. Cultivate genuine motivation to stop your addictive cycle. Find relief from the guilt of past actions and the resentments toward the people who hurt you.
Explore the patterns that keep you stuck and systematically remove them from your life. Heal the damage done to your loved ones. Discover powerful tools that help keep you grounded in the moment and free from overwhelming emotionsLive a full, healthy, balanced life free from the prison of addictive behavior.
One step at a time, you can end the cycle that causes suffering for you and your loved ones. With a detailed plan of action, you can stay sober without God.
11. Codependency For Dummies
Author: by Darlene Lancer
Your trusted guide to value yourself and break the patterns of codependency Codependency For Dummies, 2nd Edition is the most comprehensive book on the topic to date. Written in plain English and packed with sensitive, authoritative information, it describes the history, symptoms, causes, and relationship dynamics of codependency.
The majority of the book is devoted to healing and lays out a clear plan for recovery with exercises, practical advice, and daily reminders to help you know, honor, protect, and express yourself. New to this edition are chapters on working the Twelve Steps to recover from codependency and how therapists/coaches/nurses are affected by codependency.
Codependence is primarily a learned behavior from our family of origin. Some cultures have it to a greater degree than otherssome still see it as a normal way of living. Yet the costs of codependence can include distrust, faulty expectations, passive-aggressiveness, control, self-neglect, over-focus on others, manipulation, intimacy issues, and a slew of other harmful traits.
12. Healing Your Lost Inner Child Companion Workbook: Inspired Exercises to Heal Your Codependent Relationships
Author: by Robert Jackman
As you discovered through reading Healing Your Lost Inner Child, until we do our work to examine, understand and heal our wounded inner child, this part will continue to show up in our lives. In Healing Your Lost Inner Child Companion Workbook, Psychotherapist and author Robert Jackman builds on the extensive material in the book with expanded exercises to help you better understand your inner child, yourself and your wisdom so that you feel authentic and complete.
This workbook features additional stories, examples and new concepts. You can read the Companion Workbook independently, but you will receive a deeper level of healing if you complete the exercises in the workbook as you read the book. Part One includes all the exercises from the book.
You may find that by doing the exercises a second time your inner child will reveal even more wisdom to you. Part Two contains all new material and expands on the HEAL process, helping you develop a deeper understanding of your relationships, codependency patterns and triggers and create a self-nurturing plan.
13. Perfect Daughters: Adult Daughters of Alcoholics
Author: by Robert J. Ackerman
This new edition of Perfect Daughters, a pivotal book in the ACoA movement, identifies what differentiates the adult daughters of alcoholics from other women. When this groundbreaking book first appeared over ten years ago, Dr. Ackerman identified behavior patterns shared by daughters of alcoholics.
Adult daughters of alcoholics”perfect daughters” operate from a base of harsh and limiting views of themselves and the world. Having learned that they must function perfectly in order to avoid unpleasant situations, these women often assume responsibility for the failures of others.
They are drawn to chemically dependent men and are more likely to become addicted themselves. More than just a text that identifies these behavior patterns, this book collects the thoughts, feelings and experiences of twelve hundred perfect daughters, offering readers an opportunity to explore their own life’s dynamics and thereby heal and grow.
This edition contains updated information throughout the text, and completely new material, including chapters on eating disorders and abuse letters from perfect daughters in various stages of recovery, and helpful, affirming suggestions from Dr. Ackerman at the end of every chapter.
14. Rising Above: A Green Beret's Story of Childhood Trauma and Ultimate Healing
Author: by Sean J. Rogers
A simple car accident changed the path of six-year-old Sean Rogers’s life forever. His single mother checked into the hospital as a vibrant young woman and checked out as a full-blown opioid addict. From that day forward, Sean’s life became a silent nightmare of abuse, neglect, chronic hunger, and slow, helpless withdrawal from everything and everyone he loved.
In Rising Above, Green Beret Sean Rogers chronicles the toughest battle of his life: the long, painful fight to confront his darkest fears and reclaim his life. After struggling as a young man to accept the raw trauma of his past, he eventually learned to understand and embrace it, ultimately using it to become an elite Special Forces operator.
Through this profoundly honest and inspiring memoir, Rogers explores what it means to make the pain of your past work for you, showing you how to harness the truth of your own reality and take control of your destiny.
15. Repeat After Me: A Workbook for Adult Children Overcoming Dysfunctional Family Systems
Author: by Claudia Black
Central Recovery Press
A new and revised edition of Claudia Black’s groundbreaking workbook for adult children from dysfunctional families This updated edition of Dr. Black’s revolutionary self-help workbook provides readers with a step-by-step framework and a guide that takes them through a process to recognize how present challenges are influenced by growing up in a troubled family system, release the parts of the past they wish to leave behind, and take greater responsibility for how they live today.
Adult children tend to repeat the life scripts of their challenged, troubled families as a result of internalized beliefs and behaviors that were either modeled for them or were a part of their survival strategy. Claudia Black, world-renowned expert on dysfunctional families, articulates a seven-step process for readers to heal the wounds of their past.
This is also an excellent resource to aid therapists, counselors, and other helping professionals in their work with clients to help them become aware of how their family system affected them and grow beyond it.
16. Emotional Sobriety: From Relationship Trauma to Resilience and Balance
Author: by Tian Dayton
Picking up right at the point where Janet Woititz’s 1990 hit book Adult Children of Alcoholics left off, clinical psychologist Tian Dayton’s latest contribution contains fresh perspectives and new analysis on how to gain back emotional stability after growing up with the trauma of addiction, abuse, and dysfunction.
Dr. Dayton accomplishes this by presenting and explaining the latest research in neuropsychology and the role trauma plays on chemically altering the brain. With compassion and clear explanations and her own personal journey, Dayton teaches readers how to undo the neuropsychological damage of trauma to rewire the brain and reverse the negative effects trauma has on our future relationships and behaviors to gain emotional sobriety.
In Emotional Sobriety, Dr. Dayton teaches readers: How to understand the mind/body relationship of addiction and relationship trauma How to rewire your brain to undo the negative effects trauma has on personal, career, and romantic relationships How changing the way one lives and perceives adult relationships can change the way one thinks and feels and vice versa