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Addicts and Loved Ones Manuals
By derek
6/21/2010 11:52:19 PM
Finally, I have posted links to the addict and loved ones manuals on the left-hand side. I know the addiction recovery manual is the most up-to-date, but I'm not sure about the family/spouse's manual. So if anyone can let me know if it's not current and email it to me, I would really appreciate it. Thanks and sorry it took so long to get these posted.

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Please post your email    
"Hi Derek,

If you could post you email address, I am happy to send you the PASG Pilot Docs for spouses of addicts.

Angelmom"
posted at 08:16:03 on June 22, 2010 by angelmom
email address    
"My email address is derekw@netrixweb.com ."
posted at 10:11:35 on June 22, 2010 by derek
Thank you!    
"Thanks, Derek. On first glance, the 12-steps are nearly identical for addict and spouse. Everyone--addict, spouse, and other child of God--should apply the atonement to their lives by working through these 12 steps for themselves. Worrying about others' sins will not heal us; only worrying about our own relationship with Christ will do the trick.

Thanks again!"
posted at 18:13:18 on June 22, 2010 by BeClean
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— Russell M. Nelson

General Conference, October 1988