The Desert of Addictions...

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About the author:
William Singleton born in Canton, Ohio raised by Asie & Annie Singleton in the small town of East Canton. His Father being a police officer and his mother being a nurse resulted in a career of counseling for WiL, in which he naturally had a gift for. Working with teens, adults and families for over 20 years William developed a keen insight for relating to individuals pain while at the same time revealing their untapped potential. William now resides in Millsboro Delaware where he works closely with men, women and families who desire to rise above their circumstances and be more than their mistakes.

The Desert of Addictions...

Authored by WiL Singleton
Edition: 1

Written to inspire the families, and individuals, victimized and scarred by the disease of addictions, who are tired of giving up their choice to change. A journal for the first 30 days of an individual's journey through the aftermath of their addictive behaviors. This is not a cure or a recipe for recovery, the book is simply designed to implant a seed of hope. The idea that we don't have to settle for the mess that we have manufactured is where change begins. This book is meant to aid the few brave men and women who choose to move past their problems towards a life with purpose. I believe that our pain, humiliation and failures can be recycled and used for a greater good that can heal the individuals and families that make this nation. Regardless of whether you are struggling with drugs, alcohol, food, sex, codependency, anger, depression or anxiety our disease is not meant to be part of our destiny. My hope and desire is for the imperfect words I've written to stir up the dreams we have long forgotten. I want each of the 30 articles in this documentary to be drops of water as you journey through the desert of addictions...

Publication Date:
1483927601 / 9781483927602
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Self-Help / Substance Abuse & Addictions / General

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