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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

16 Characteristics, Letting Go Of Anxiety, Love And Fear



16 Characteristics of Adult Children Of Alcoholics

Dr. Timmen L. Cernmak has listed SIXTEEN characteristics of Adult Children Of Alcoholics in this downloadable pamphlet. Interesting reading for both newcomers and the experienced alike. Courtesy of USC Center for Work and Family Life:

Free download: Sixteen Characteristics of ACAs

Other Informational Pamphlets include Improving Self Esteem, Coping With Grief, also Stress, Depression and others: http://www.usc.edu/programs/cwfl/services/pamphlets.html  


How to Let Go of Anxiety, Worry, Depression



Joseph Clough is a life coach and international motivational speaker. He explains how to change your emotional state at will, quickly and easily, overcome negative thoughts and increase positivity.

Listen here:

Read Joseph Clough's Blog

More free downloads from Joseph Clough on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/joseph-cloughs-hypnosis-hypnotherapy/id369607516


 Love and Fear: The Only Two Emotions

Jodi Aman, LCSW-R, talks about how all emotions stem from just two; Love and Fear:



 Read the full post here: Love And Fear

Check out the Orange County ACA website at: Orange County Adult Children

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is not ACA. This guru mumbo jumbo. Nothing about family of origin issues and doing the hard work. This quick fix mentality has no place on an ACA website. I cannot believe after 22 years in ACA this is a prevaling mentality. How far it has sunk. Highly disappointing. I might as well have bought Anthony Robbins books back in 1990 according to this.

Anonymous said...

The first book is legit however. The last tow are what I speak to.

Anonymous said...

One of the tenets of ACA and 12 Step programs is to "take what you like and leave the rest".

Feeling the need to judge that which one doesn't accept or understand is one of the defining ACA characteristics. Hopefully, with enough hard work on family of origin and other issues it will one day subside.

There are certainly plenty of blogs, articles and sites that simply regurgitate what has already been stated about recovery ad nauseum. I appreciate the attempt to offer a unique POV even if I don't always agree with it.