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Old 01-08-2006, 08:47 AM
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AA/NA essential books


Each Day a New Beginning : Daily Meditations for Women
by Karen Casey

The Promise of a New Day : A Book of Daily Meditations
by Karen Casey

Keep It Simple : Daily Meditations For Twelve-Step Beginnings And Renewal
by Hazelden Meditations

Twenty-Four Hours A Day
by Anonymous

The Little Red Book
by Anonymous

Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
by Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous - Big Book 4th Edition
by AA Services

Living Sober
by AA Services

Came to Believe
by AA Services

A Day at a Time : Daily Reflections for Recovering People
by Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous 20th Anniversary
by Narcotics Anonymous

Just For Today

by NAWS, Inc

It Works How and Why
by NAWS, Inc

Behind The Walls
by NAWS, Inc

Drop the Rock: Removing Character Defects

by Bill Pittman, Todd Weber

How to Quit Drugs for Good : A Complete Self-Help Guide
by Jerry Dorsman

Cocaine Addiction: Treatment, Recovery, and Relapse Prevention

by Arnold M. Washton

Willpower's Not Enough: Recovering from Addictions of Every Kind
by Arnold M. Washton

Addictive Thinking, Second Edition : Understanding Self-Deception
by Abraham J. Twerski

The Addiction Workbook: A Step-By-Step Guide to Quitting Alcohol and Drugs

by Patrick Fanning, John T. O'Neill, John O'Neill

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As an alcoholic, I believe the only essential books are the Big Book and the 12&12. Everything else is good info but is supplemental IMO.
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Hi Karma067
We have the 'Big Book' in our list but not the 12 & 12. Im asuming you are referring to the one put out by AA services called Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions by AA Services, I have that on the list but let us know if that isnt the book you are referring too.
Please feel free to write a review on the two books and we will gladly post them.
Also I would like to welcome you to PTO and hope you can make yourself right at home.
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LifeRing Press has many pamplets that can be down loaded for free: LifeRing Press
They also have a number of books that can be purchased as well as other resources for addicts in recovery.
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