For Addicts And Others
For Addicts: For Others:
A Continuation of Detox Process To Help Keep It Going
Below is a link for those who wish to contribute to the virtual meetings and services provided through the Problem Gambling Help and Recovery Facebook page. This is a trial link and will not be remaining Permanently.
An initial look at addiction
A Process For Detoxing
Stand Tall Recovery is Committed To:
BELOW ARE VIDEOS FOR ADDICTS AND OTHERS INVOLVING THE 12 STEPS.
On this site you will find information about all 50 states of the USA and DC in respect to gambling. You will find links to different types of meetings, books and material to help with the process. Below are some of the ones authored by Bernard Zeitler.
Feed The Desire To Stay Clean With This Journal Working on The Principles Laid Out In The Previous Books.
To help those who have an addiction, their family and others to work toward recovery from ALL of the effects on them.
The Compilation Of ALL 4 Prior Books With Some Adjustments. It Is The Cheapest Way To Get All 4 In One Place!!
Welcome To Stand Tall Recovery Services
Stand Tall Recovery Services
Stand Tall Recovery Services is a multimedia company created by Bernard Zeitler, author and public speaker on compulsive gambling and recovery. It was formed to promote awareness of addiction (Initially Compulsive Gambling and now addiction in general.
Bernard Zeitler uses his education as a Bachelors Level Social Worker, studies of world religions, psychology and Pre-seminary as the backdrop for what he does. This is what Stand Tall Recovery Services was born out of.
Now Available! Help in a Private Group On Facebook! Join The Group and have access to meetings and more!
The Group Name Is Problem Gambling Hope & Recovery. You will find Virtual meetings and more there!
A Founder With A Vision!
I am a Recovering Compulsive Gambler who began my journey on November 21, 2007. My chosen form of gambling was lottery tickets, which are sold at many retailers. Until March 15, 2011, I sold those tickets as part of my job at a convenience store while working on my early recovery. As a result I developed ways to 'stay clean' while facing his addiction every day.
At the end of October 2007, I was on the verge of losing my job and spent 10 days in a Psychiatric Facility for Suicidal Depression as a result of my addiction.
As I worked through that and realized where it was coming from, I began looking for ways to help others.
This is the result of that. Here You will find resources, both free and for sale to help understand addiction and to work on recovery.