Follow Your Light: A Guided Journal to Recover from Anything; 52 Mindfulness Activities to Explore, Heal, and Grow

Category: Book
By (author): Conyers, Beverly
Subject:  SELF-HELP / Journaling
  SELF-HELP / Recovery
  SELF-HELP / Substance Abuse & Addictions / Alcohol
  SELF-HELP / Substance Abuse & Addictions / Drugs
Publisher: Hazelden Publishing
Published: August 2020
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 168
Size: 10.00in x 7.00in x 0.43in
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From The Publisher*The journey of recovery can get complicated when life throws curveballs like the coronavirus pandemic. Beverly Conyers offers a guide to grounding and reflection to help keep the path--and our progress on it--clear.

This first-of-its-kind guided journal from critically acclaimed author Beverly Conyers shows us how the practice of mindfulness can be a transformational addition to recovery from anything and everything.

Throughout our recovery journey, we sometimes feel stuck. At times, we wonder, How do we create the breakthroughs we want? With this practical follow-up to her book Find Your Light: Practicing Mindfulness to Recover from Anything, Conyers has crafted fifty-two activities to engage readers on their path to wellness, healing, and wholeness.

Organized into eight distinct topics, each exploring themes that are key to an effective mindfulness practice, the exercises, meditations, and reflections in this action-oriented mindfulness book were carefully and beautifully designed to set us on a path forward. Work at your own pace, or spend time each week with this journal. Whether we follow the Twelve Steps or not, these practices can help recoveries from unhealthy relationships, addictions of all types, compulsive habits, anxiety and stress, workaholism, disordered eating, or mental health and emotional challenges.

Discover why Beverly Conyers' books have been a mainstay for support groups the world over and why so many have turned to her insights on family roles in addiction, healing shame, building healthy relationships, establishing boundaries, releasing trauma, focusing on emotional sobriety, as well as acknowledging self-sabotaging behaviors, addictive tendencies, and substance use patterns. As the author of the recovery classic Addict in the Family, she has inspired hope and healing in a way few others have managed to match.
Biographical NoteBeverly Conyers, MA, is a writer and college English teacher who lives in New England. She is the critically acclaimed author of Addict in the Family, Everything Changes, and The Recovering Heart.

David Sheff, bestselling author of Beautiful Boy, wrote of Conyers' first book: "When my eldest son became addicted to crystal meth and heroin, I could barely function. I would not have survived without Beverly Conyers' Addict in the Family, which provided guidance and hope. I realized I wasn't alone on my hellish journey. The book helped me get through interminable nights when I was terrified that his addiction would take his life. It offered a path to healing."