Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2013

I spent a good deal of time reviewing this workbook and found it to be an excellent journal for those new to addiction recovery. The “Good Things Emotional Healing Journal” walks a person through the basic pitfalls that those new to recovery face. It is also a good tool for those who may not be sure whether they have an addiction or not. I would recommend this book for those who are in a 12 step program and/or as an adjunct to psychotherapy. Please note that this is a journal — with “homework” type assignments — so it isn’t going to help if you’re not willing to do the assignments. However, the assignments are thoughtfully composed to get the addict thinking about his/her condition and ways to behave differently in the future. I definitely believe this piece could be useful to those who need a place to sort out their thoughts about their addiction.