I hope you find them useful!
Cognitive-behavioral psychology teaches that it is not what happens to you, but what you think about what happens to you, that makes you angry, depressed, or upset. Here are three ways of dealing with these thoughts:
Activities which Help You Get Off the Merry-Go-Round
When cognitive-behavioral therapy first became popular, the British National Health Service decided to make it available to all it's citizens by putting it up on the Internet for everyone to use. Since the Internet does not recognize national borders, you can use it too!
Cognitive Behavioral Downloads for Clients and Therapists
Viktor Frankl was a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp in World War II. He discovered that the most important reason that people were dying all around him was not the cold and the starvation, but giving up hope. When he resumed his practice at the end of the war, he concentrated on helping his patients to find meaning in their lives as the way back to health. Here's a link to his audiobook:
There are several helpful aids to life management in their tools and homework and articles and essays section, which apply not only to recovery from addiction but also to life in general
A philosophical attitude is a good way to respond to many stressors which might otherwise appear to be unbearable The following YouTube video seals with some stoic teachings of Marcus Aurelius, one of the few "good" Roman emperors. YouTube contains many other examples of the stoic approach, which vary considerably in quality but if the subject interests you it is well worth pursuing further..
Here is my favorite inspirational
Poem: "If," by Rudyard Kipling. I hope you like it too!