A Man’s Way through the Twelve Steps

A recovery book of outstanding merit.

In A Man’s Way through the Twelve Steps, author Dan Griffin uses interviews with men in various stages of recovery, excerpts from relevant Twelve Step literature, and his own experience to offer an holistic, modern approach to sobriety for men.

Readers work through each of the Twelve Steps, learn to surrender negative masculine scripts that have shaped who they are and how they approach recovery. Thus strengthening the positive and affirming aspects of manhood.

This ground breaking book offers the tools needed for men to work through key issues with which they commonly struggle, including:

  • difficulty admitting powerlessness
  • finding connection with a Higher Power
  • letting go of repressed anger and resentment
  • contending with sexual issues, whatever they may be
  • overcoming barriers to intimacy and meaningful relationships

Men’s capacity for emotional and relational experiences is far greater than commonly depicted not only in mainstream society but also in various parts of the Twelve Step culture.

A Man’s Way through the Twelve Steps offers practical advice and inspiration for men to define their own sense of masculinity and thus heighten their potential for a lifetime of sobriety.

A Man’s Way through the Twelve Steps

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