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The Happy Addict: How to be Happy in Recovery from Alcoholism or Drug…
by Beth Burgess
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0957321716, Paperback)How to be Happy in Recovery from Alcoholism or Drug Addiction.
Have you got clean and sober, but are finding it hard to be happy? Have you relapsed in the past because life was boring and uninspiring? Or maybe you've got sobriety, but you're finding it hard to change your old behaviours and ways of thinking.
The Happy Addict is the ultimate guide to achieving an amazing life after addiction. No more guilt. No more shame. No more feeling held back by the past or low self-esteem.
Finally become what you're really capable of by following the fifteen keys to achieving a successful and happy recovery from addiction.
In this book, you will learn how to look at your past in a positive way, how to move on from negative ways of thinking, and how to and build a brilliant life for yourself.
Each chapter is devoted to helping to change your responses to your problems and improve your mind-set. It's about how to recover from addiction and be happy about it.
The Happy Addict offers some revolutionary new ideas about how you can use your experiences of addiction positively and is the first book of its kind to offer recovering addicts the benefits of coaching, positive psychology and NLP techniques to help you create an amazing future.
Having worked so hard to beat your addiction, you deserve a wonderful life now. Pick up your copy of The Happy Addict and let your life begin again.
About the Author: Beth Burgess is a Life and Recovery Coach and the founder of Sort My Life Solutions (Smyls), providing private coaching, consulting, workshops, training and speaking.
Her missions include helping as many people as possible to achieve an amazing recovery and ending the stigma toward people with addictions.
Visit Beth at smyls.co.uk or bethburgess.co.uk
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