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 Joan S, Marlboro, MA

This poignant story, of thirty years ago, shares the hopes and fears of staff and patients at Talbot House, a rehab center.

 Nora R, Marlboro, MA
Who knows what we carry? Until one day, life and her Higher Power made this woman see what she couldn't see.

  • Opening Doors
 Steve D. Phoenix, AZ
Our HP doesn't close one door without opening another, but we need the eyes and the willingness to see. This story shows the pain of losses and the wonder of new beginnings.

  • Let Go!
 Marsha Z, San Anselmo, CA
Surrender—Courage or Desperation?

 Ralph J., Northboro, MA
How the Steps can provide the courage and the honesty to rebuild a marriage

 Joan S., Marlboro, MA
Three legacies passed on - an old gold pocket watch, the disease of alcoholism, and the hope and healing of 12 Step Recovery.

  • Me, Myself and I
A Journey Inward and freedom from people, paces and things and from the painful past.

  • Family Ties
This mother discovers the affirming gift of choices and responsibility for her children and herself.

  • My Husband Met the Bogeyman
Childhood sexual abuse can blight the bloom of intimacy in adult relationships.

  • I Have Choices Today
A tongue-in-cheek look at the different things that has meant - in and out of recovery.

  • The Codependent - Controller/Victim?
Dynamics, treatment and issues in codependency.

  • The Van Winkles
Alcoholism is a family disease. How can a therapist help the family afterward?

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