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From Death Do I Part: How I Freed Myself From Addiction

by Amy Lee Coy

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'From Death Do I Part: How I freed Myself From Addiction' is written for all addicts, but especially for those who have not been helped by Alcoholics Anonymous or drug and alcohol rehab facilities. 'From Death Do I Part' is an intimate exposure of Amy Lee Coy's courageous journey through recovery from over 20 years of substance abuse--without the aid of conventional methods such as AA, psychiatry or medication. In 'From Death Do I Part' Amy shares with us her recovery process in such a way that not only is the reader engaged in her often gripping, always revealing stories, but they are also warmly invited into her healing process so that if they also struggle with addiction, they may learn to heal themselves as well.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:55 -0400)

"From Death Do I Part" is written for all addicts and their loved ones, but especially for those who have not been helped by Alcoholics Anonymous or drug and alcohol rehab. Amy shares with us in such a way that not only is the reader engaged in her often gripping, always revealing stories, but they are also warmly invited into her healing process so that they may learn to heal themselves as well.… (more)

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