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Fri Mar 21 17:05:18 2014 UTClccn-n882024680.00Member stories - 19890.260.47Working the S-Anon program144358366n 882024682520706SAlccn-n2003117628S-Anon International Family Groupslccn-n78087105Alcoholics AnonymousSexaholics AnonymousSex addicts--RehabilitationSexaholics AnonymousSex addiction--TreatmentCompulsive behavior--Patients--RehabilitationInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Alcoholics AnonymousChastityS-Anon International Family GroupsSex addicts1986198919901991199820012003200510289616.8583306RC560.S43141ocn036475137book19900.35Recovery continues"The various papers included here continue the story of recovery first described in our book, Sexaholics Anonymous. Most of these originated as personal inventories of common events in day-to-day living"--Foreword31ocn016704862book19860.27Sexaholics Anonymous752ocn019814946book19890.24Sexaholics Anonymous51ocn054852855book20030.47S-Anon International Family GroupsWorking the S-Anon programHandbooks, manuals, etc21ocn038924376book19980.23Sexólicos AnónimosPopular works11ocn051459846book19910.47Sexaholics AnonymousDiscovering the principles : our growing experience with the Tradition11ocn607352777book2005S-Anon International Family GroupsExploring the wonders of recovery : a companion guide to S-Anon twelve steps11ocn036475538book1989Member stories - 1989This volume contains stories of members of Sexaholics Anonymous, a fellowship of men and women who want to stop their sexually self-destructive thinking and behavior. The stories tell what it was like living in the addiction, what happened to change that course, and what it is like now in the process of recovery. These stories were written by members of SA, who at the time of writing, had three or more years of sexual sobriety as SA understands it.-PrefFri Mar 21 15:36:42 EDT 2014batch3756