Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality To Conquer Addiction

Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality To Conquer Addiction by [Michael Surdyka]

When it comes to self-help books, nothing quite compares to Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality to Conquer Addiction. Written by Michael J. Surdyka, it is as helpful as it is interesting. As a person who has experienced the ravages of addiction first hand, the author has a lot of valuable information to share. And he does so in the clearest and most coherent of ways, leaving you with insights you  wouldn’t have found elsewhere.

While he isn’t a licensed doctor or addiction specialist, the author has clearly done a lot of research, as evidenced by the large number of references cited. However, he still manages to use simple language and break down complex concepts into easily digestible bits. The flow of the book is impeccable as well; the first chapters covering what you need to know at the beginning of your wellness journey while the last ones talk about how to deal with slips and relapses.

The author even goes as far as including an appendix with the top things you need to know. Ultimately, if you’re looking for a body of text that will guide you throughout your addiction recovery, this is it. It is extremely easy to read and dives deep into the subject matter. But if I was forced to choose one thing I love most about this book, it has to be its unique approach to addiction recovery; a focus on personalized strategies and happiness. There is also a noticeable emphasis on modern treatment methods such as the use of Suboxone.

In this regard, it is ingenious and fresh, giving you more than what you would expect from a book in this niche. The various personal stories incorporated into the narrative are a good touch as well, making it personal and relatable. And as if that wasn’t enough, this book also contains templates to help you come up with your very own customized sobriety blueprint.

Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality to Conquer Addiction is a very useful and practical guide to helping you, as it states in the title, conquer your addiction.

Pages: 174 | ASIN: B08LTGQ641

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