Living with Others invites you to encounter and explore the final five Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, as explained and outlined in the Big Book. Guided by more than 20 exercises, you will learn to engage and apply the Twelve Steps as a design for living that produces life-affirming and active change.
Living with Others takes us through the last five of the Big Book’s Twelve Steps. Offering guidance for living with others, this workbook helps us understand key concepts like the harmony of working a daily spiritual program through making amends, continuing to take a personal inventory, practicing prayer and meditation, and carrying the message of spiritual awakening to others.
Whether you’re new to a Twelve Step program or simply reviewing the Big Book, Living with Others is an excellent resource for working Steps Eight through Twelve for the first time—or any time on your recovery journey.
Created to reinforce important points from the best-selling book, A Program for You: A Guide to the Big Book’s Design for Living, this workbook helps you truly live your recovery through the Twelve Steps.
Writers and educators James and Joanne Hubal bring to their work years of training and experience in various areas of expertise, including the field of addiction treatment. Joanne Hubal has been a writer, teacher, and cartoonist. She specializes in education and humor writing. James Hubal has developed and modified curriculum materials for schools throughout the country.
Since they were first published in 1991, the Hubals’ Living With… workbooks, adapted from the material written in A Program for You: A Guide to the Big Book’s Design for Living, have helped hundreds of thousands of recovering people engage and incorporate the Twelve Steps in their lives of healing and recovery.