Talk Recovery Radio had James Brown and I on as guests to talk about our book, “Writing Your Way To Recovery: How Stories Can Save Our Lives.” Usually TRR is a podcast, but with the addition of zoom (due of course to covid) you can now see our little faces as we talk.
This week on Talk Recovery Radio James Brown and Patrick O’Neil, the co authors of the book “Writing Your Way to Recovery: How Stories Can Save Our Lives”.
About the book: “Writing Your Way to Recovery: How Stories Can Save Our Lives” is an extraordinary collection of personal stories and creative writing exercises designed to help others achieve lasting sobriety. This book provides a vital roadmap to the artistic, personal and spiritual growth to all those battling addiction.
The authors of this unique approach to recovery should be dead. That they are not is a testament to the resiliency of the human spirit and the power of hope. Although they now share over three decades of sobriety, they spent even more years as alcoholics and addicts.
Hell on earth is real for those suffering from substance abuse, but the authors know that there is a way out of this hell. For they have lived it, and in these pages they offer the