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Destiny of Detours By Amy Allison
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This story follows a young woman's life journey from conception into her sixties. It is a story of fear, shame, hope, and redemption. Anyone who has encountered addiction and/or mental illness in... More > their lives, either themselves or others around them, may be able to relate. This book is also for all who get discouraged by what is dealt to them as they search for meaning in their lives. The story is of a Midwestern girl born in the 1950's. The negative behavior demonstrated to her by her parents were etched upon her impressionable mind. She had no self-esteem and struggled as an adult to glean validation for herself whenever possible. As an adult, she blindly felt her way through the labyrinth of her life, with no sense of direction, purpose, and certainly no moral compass. She fell victim to her own knee-jerk reactions and ran into road-blocks constantly. She often had to re-route her derailed life in trying to regain her balance and momentum. Hers was a destiny of detours.< Less
Prepare for the Harvest By Amy Lee Allison
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This 366-day meditation book of 405 pages is for people dealing with BOTH addiction recovery (especially alcohol and drugs), and a Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis. Written by a female who... More > has been free from substance addiction since 1989, and began her BPD treatment and recovery in 2004. It is a book that is full of facts, humor, statistics, suggestions, and hope for a better life as the tools of recovery are practiced diligently by those individuals who deal with either or BOTH disorders. Coping with an addiction and a mental disorder can be mind-boggling if attempted without a lot of help. It cannot be successfuly done otherwise. Traveling a path of recovery using a combination of recovery texts, therapy, groups, meetings, maybe meditation and opening up to the possibility of that life can get better, is explored in daily bites of experience, strength and hope. Written by someone who experiences recovery from both.< Less