The first step is always the hardest for a drug addict or an alcoholic. The angels are always telling me that drug addicts can get off drugs, but they must take one
day at a time. If you are addicted to drugs, I believe you can do it, so please, ...
Lorna Byrne has helped millions of people around the world by calling on them to realise that they each have a guardian angel and by showing them that can ask for help from God and the angels. Lorna is often asked for help on how to ask and how to pray, so in this new book she gives detailed advice and also includes prayers for different occasions. She says: 'Sometimes our prayers are so focussed on asking for things, we forget to listen out for what God, the angels and our love ones are trying to tell us. God always has this abundance of blessings prepared for us, small blessings and great blessings. He wants to give every individual great life-changing blessings, beginning when that individual is born. God will do everything to make it happen, but He will never infringe on an individual's free will, which a good reason for us to engage intelligent conversation with him - listening as well as asking - in prayer.'
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-01-01 - Publisher: Loving Healing Press
"[A] truthful look into the world of Methadone treatment with a mix of compassion and humor. It is a great read for those in the recovery field and provides insight for those who do not understand the life of addiction and recovery."--Lori Carter-Runyon, executive director of Hilltop Recovery Services.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-09 - Publisher: Cleis Press
Alan Kaufman has been compared to Jack Kerouac, Henry Miller, Hubert Selby Jr., even Ernest Hemmingway—his life reads so much like a great movie that the world of cinema has just optioned his first memoir, Jew Boy, for a feature film. Drunken Angel, his new autobiographical work, drops like a
Type: BOOK - Published: 1992 - Publisher: Loyola Press
"Sister Ignatia is the story of an exceptional woman, "the little sister" of Alcoholics Anonymous. Working with stock broker Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, the founders of the A.A. movement, Sr. Ignatia arranged for the hospitalization of alcoholics at a time when alcoholism was seen as a weakness of