Just For Today Daily Meditations for Recovering Addicts

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Sep 2nd, 2014


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Looking for a daily meditation book for addicts in recovery?  You can't go wrong with the NA-published

Just For Today Daily Meditations for Recovering Addicts

First published in 1992 by Narcotics Anonymous, this books focuses on a different recovery principle each day.  Each of the daily entries opens with a quote from NA's Basic Text and then there is discussion on the topic.  Finally, there is a closing thought or affirmation at the end.  There is also a nice subject index at the end of the book so that you can find things based on topic, such as "fear", "meetings", etc.

Many of us came to NA emotionally shattered. Years of using people and allowing them to use us had taken their toll on our ability to trust anyone, ourselves included. But the love and acceptance we found in Narcotics Anonymous encouraged us to reach out and get close to others.  The longer we stayed clean, the more we began to long for greater intimacy with our loved ones. We began reaching out in deeper, more meaningful ways, even though we might get hurt. Despite our fears of rejection, we decided to risk revealing ourselves, our beliefs, and our needs. We decided to let down our defensive walls..” - Just For Today

This is a great book for daily NA readings.  I have no criticisms of this one and, if you are a recovering addict or hope to one day be one, this would be a great addition to your recovery books library.

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