References

Free Shoplifting Workbook References

The following references are sources that I have used directly in this material, or that have strongly influenced my conclusions, listed in no particular order.

  • Terrance Shulman: “Something for Nothing,” book, 2004
  • com: “Shoplifting is America’s #1 Property Crime,” website (www.PriceGun.com) 2015
  • The National Association for Shoplifting Prevention: “Shoplifting Statistics,” website (), 2014
  • Lance M. Dodes, M.D.: “Breaking Addiction: A 7-Step Handbook for Ending Any Addiction,” Book, 2011
  • Charles A Sennewald, John H. Christman: “Retail Crime, Security, and Loss Prevention: An Encyclopedic Reference,” eBook, page 470 2011
  • Terrance Shulman: “Something for Nothing,” book, 2004
  • Susan Jeffers: “Feel the fear, and do it anyway,” book, 2006
  • com: website (www.quotesvalley.com) 2014
  • Russell Turner: “Turning Point,” syllabus from course, 2013
  • Bernard Rothe: “The Achievement Habit,” Book, 2015
  • Richard Rohr: “Breathing Under Water: Spirituality and the 12 Steps,” Book, 2011
  • Alan Deutschman: “Change or Die,” Book, 2007
  • John Howard Prin: “Secret Keeping, Overcoming Hidden Habits and Addictions,” Book, 2006
  • Patrick Carnes: “A Gentle Path through the Twelve Steps,” Book, 2012
  • Patrick Carnes: “A Gentle Path through the Twelve Principles,” Book, 2012
  • Jon E. Grant, J.D, M.D and S. W. Kim, M.D, “Stop Me Because I Can’t Stop Myself,” Book, 2003
  • Will Cupchik, PH. D: “Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts of Theft,” Book, 2002
  • John Bradshaw: “Healing the Shame that Binds You,” Book, 2005
  • Stephen R. Covey:“The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” Book, 1989
  • Elizabeth Corsale MFT and Samantha Smithstein, Psy.D: “Taking Back What’s Been Stolen: a STOP STEALING Workbook,” Workbook, 2010.
  • Dr. Andrew Weil: “Spontaneous Happiness,” Book, 2011