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Restart Your Recovery by Taite Adams

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May 20th, 2014
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Emotional sobriety often becomes a hot topic with many in recovery and one of the best recovery books dealing with this subject is

Restart Your Recovery by Taite Adams

It's long title is Restart Your Recovery: 12 Things You Can Do to Get Back on the Beam.  Adams draws from her own experience in recovery and, what she calls, "getting off the beam".  By this she means drifting away from a structured recovery program and suffering the consequences in the form of a lack of "emotional sobriety".  Many times, if not caught in time, this can lead to relapse.  The idea is to be able to recognize the signs of a lack of emotional sobriety and do something about it before it's too late.  There is discussion about the signs of relapse and even a detailed discussion of Gorski's Steps to Relapse.

The meat of the book is the 12 Suggestions to get you back on the road to recovery (whether you have picked up again or not), which includes getting you back into the right frame of mind and creating some new habits.  These are outlined as Chapters and sub-chapters in the book and are very well organized and presented.  The suggestions include such things as: going back to meetings, working with a sponsor, doing service work, taking better care of yourself, journaling, fellowship, sober travel, and much more.  There is also the suggestion that a person seek outside help if they feel that they need it and I am always appreciative when I see that in recovery books.

First published in 2013, the book is well over 100 pages, so not a short pamphlet.  It doesn't have a lot of reviews but the reviews that it does have are outstanding and we agree.  It is a ranked book which means that it does sell very well in it's category and we recommend this book for anyone looking to improve their emotional sobriety.

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