Links to Other Recovery Support Groups
Women For Sobriety, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to
helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions. Our "New
Life" program helps achieve sobriety and sustain ongoing
- Teaches self-reliance
rather than reliance on a higher power
- Views addiction as a
complex maladaptive behavior rather than as a disease
- Encourages you to
recover and move on with your life
- Does not use the labels
"alcoholic" or "addict"
- Does not have
- Holds meetings which
are actual discussions rather than a series of monologues
- Advocates the appropriate use of
prescribed medications and psychological treatments
- Evolves as scientific
This site is dedicated to
presenting information and resources about the 16 Steps of Discovery and
Empowerment developed by Charlotte Kasl, PHD. These Steps are featured in her
book "Many Roads, One Journey - Moving Beyond the 12 Steps".
(addicted) woman is attacked not only for her failure at motherhood, but for her
abandonment of more general nurturing and caretaking functions that are at the
core of the female role. 'Good' women are primarily concerned with the needs and
welfare of others... and when women are no longer willing or able to serve.... -
even for reasons beyond (their) control -- the response is usually not support
The website of our splinter movement, Lifering Secular
Still has some good material, even though it likes to give the impression that
groups now call themselves LSR and that there is some sort of endless litigation
going on. It's possible get misinformation
about SOS on this web site.
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affected by alcoholism and or drug
The Definitive Guide to
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recover, every single day. By many different means and methods, those who suffer
from mental illness, alcoholism and addictions, eating disorders, grief and
loss-through all of life's issues, people do get better. They rarely do it
alone. If help is what you seek, we hope you'll find it here.
It is the philosophy of this author that any and
all recovery programs that help you to maintain abstinence from alcohol and
other substances of abuse are legitimate. In fact, modern research (e.g. Project
MATCH ) has found that no form of addiction treatment is superior to any
other. In this spirit, Recovery Net intends to take an eclectic approach
to the treatment of addictions. For this, it coins the name ECLECTIC
RECOVERY (ER). Good luck in your quest to enjoy the benefits,
freedoms, and comforts of a life in recovery. R2
(anonymous author of Recovery Net).
My name is Molly, and I am an alcoholic and an addict, in
recovery since August 3rd, 1995. Oftentimes, I found I could not, for whatever
reason, get “out” to a meeting, therapy, or to find resources. I’ve found
the Internet to be a wonderful tool! High Sobriety is a place to turn to for
anyone who is or has been affected by the devastation of addiction. While I
firmly believe in AA and it’s concepts and traditions, I know Alcoholics
Anonymous is not for everyone, each person being unique.
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