The Practical 12 Steps: An Addiction Recovery Guide for Atheists and Agnostics
Biografía del autor
Jeffrey Munn is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Valencia, CA. Jeffrey has has been personally and professionally involved in the field of addiction recovery for over ten years. He lives in Santa Clarita, CA with his wife and daughter.
Descripción del libro
The Practical 12 Steps is an adaptation of the classic 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous crafted specifically for atheists, agnostics, or just individuals who desire a more psychology-based approach to recovery from addiction and other compulsive behaviors.
Since the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935, we've learned a lot about the field of addiction and psychology in general. There is a lot of wisdom in the original 12 steps, but it has room to evolve. It's time for us to provide a more modern, irreligious approach to the steps that can work for anyone.
Finally--a program for the rest of us.
Público al que se apunta
Atheists and agnostics who are seeking a way to get sober and live a life of recovery. Most likely readers 55 and under.
Editorial del ebook
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Diseño de inspiración
This is my favorite of the three. Some good use of color. Not too busy. Simple image. Mine does not require an image, but that is an option.
I like the simplicity of this, but I'm not a huge fan of the typography.
Something like this with a little more color would be great.
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
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Otros requisitos relativos al color
I'm not great with colors. I want to lean towards color schemes that are sophisticated and empowering.
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Necesidades de diseño
I'm looking for a clean, simple, but eye-catching cover. Some abstract shapes are fine and colors are good, too. I just want to avoid anything too busy or cluttered. Title needs to be large enough to read if looking at a thumbnail of the book.
Lo que debe evitarse
Any cliche images related to health, wellness, or new-age philosophy. No literal steps or stairs. No outreached hands, leaves, or other overused self-help imagery.
A classic, but probably looking for something a little bit more subtle in terms of colors.
Love this. Would like at least a little more color in mine
I like the simplicity and the use of color.
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