Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is! – Anne Frank
Someone who is very important to me is struggling with addiction. It’s a horrible situation, but I see so much potential and accomplishment in the kid — if only he could get out of his own way. I’m not a religious person, but if you pray, please pray for him. Thanks.
Welcome to the Weird & Wacky Workbook‘s “Random & Odd” section. That first sentence was a mouthful. The authors apologize for any discomfort and encourage you to keep reading.
This website represents the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery, a self-help manual for addiction that’ll hopefully be available in 2020. If you appreciate the random and the odd, whether you have an addiction or not, then you’re in the right place. You’ll find a list of random and odd articles below.
You’re still here? Oh so cool. Here’s that list.
This book does not include ostriches.
Flying cash registers and you
If you are a dreamer, come in
T or F: German reality TV show follows alcoholic as he chooses sobriety vs bottle
(Ooop, only four articles. As you can tell, we’re under construction — this website just launched a month ago. Please standby while we enhance our selection. Thanks)
For those of you just joining us: you’ve reached the Journey into Recovery: a Weird and Wacky Addiction Workbook for Recovery, or the book’s website at least. Welcome, and hang out a while. You don’t have to have an addiction to laugh at our bad jokes. Below is a sample worksheet.
Based on narrative therapy, this worksheet gives the reader a chance to stand back and observe their relationship with addiction from a distance
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