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A. Modern-day isolation and despair.
B. It is not what happens to you (A) that causes your feelings and behavior (C). It is your beliefs, attitudes, and thoughts (B) about (A) that cause how you feel and act (C). You can change your thinking (B). These changes will alter how you feel and behave (C).
C. The respondents had relatively stable lives: they had jobs, supportive families, high school and college credentials, and other social supports that gave them reasons to alter their drug-taking behavior. They also had a lot to lose from addictive behavior.
D. Fear of prosecution and incarceration, fear of loss of infant custody, violent or substance addicted partners, programs that do not allow mothers to take their children with them, and programs that are insufficiently equipped or unwilling to care for pregnant addicts.
E. The AA story, the personal growth story, the co-dependence story, the love story, and the mastery story.
G. Using Gestalt experiments, engaging in prayerful homework and meditation, sharing powerful stories, discussing the lives of successful African American women, and exploring visual art.
H. This term is redefined as meaning an individual practicing a flawed way of life dominated by self-centeredness, superficiality in relationships with others, and spiritual bankruptcy, rather than having a disease or bad habit.
I. "There is nothing I can do to help myself be a more sane, more happy, person."
J. The more realistic, and less frightening idea of not drinking "one day a time" instead of "not drinking forever".
K. It is best to give up all addictive drugs at the same time; the use of physically addictive substances may require medical supervision; the drugs best eliminated first are the most medically dangerous, most costly, or most heavily abused; drugs and behaviors highly connected are best eliminated together.
L. 17• Practice or licensure restrictions
• Fear of criticism or avoidance by colleagues
• Suspicions and mistrust of colleagues
• Self-imposed stress, such as over-working or trying to make up for past mistakes
• Personal stress from trying to meet work obligations
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