In this mini-podcast episode, Tim Mavergeorge and Doug discuss some great recovery books as resources for those seeking help and healing. Our spiritual path needs guidance from those that have gone before us, so they share a few resources that can be beneficial to those looking for something better.
This list isn’t designed to be exhaustive, but it should allow those to have a starting point for those looking to replace certain behaviors with reading resources that can lead to increased positive relationships, thinking, and living.
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Here are the books that were discussed (in order):
Patrick Carnes — “Don’t Call it Love” and “Out of the Shadows” — workbook available
Milton Magness — “Stop Sex Addiction”
Joe Dallas — “The Game Plan” — 30 day plan
Russell Willingham — “Breaking Free”
William Struthers — “Wired for Intimacy” (Medical and brain chemistry in addiction)
Mark Laaser — “Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction”
Stephen Arterburn — “Every Man’s Battle” (not specific for sex addiction)
Deb Laaser — “Shattered Vows” (for wives)
Barbara Steffens — “Your Sexually Addicted Spouse”
Jason Martinkus — “Worthy of Her Trust”
Al Cole — “Shadow Christian”
Donald Miller — “Scary Close”
Kristen A. Jenson — “Good Pictures, Bad Pictures” (resource for talking to kids)
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