Rather, one among billions.
This human journey.
This sober day.
Here is my review of "Rebalancing the Addictive Mind" by Rochelle Poerio:
"I have 10+ years of continuous sobriety. So, why would I read "Rebalancing the Addictive Mind," found on my library's shelf as I scanned their recovery literature? For the same reason I wrote of my own recovery: to help others not make the same mistakes I did, to ease the path to sobriety. "Rebalancing the Addictive Mind" is thorough, concise and informative. The periodic summations and occasional illustrations help drive home the valuable information-based insights contained therein. The author's writing abilities cannot be over-stated. If this book had been around 18 years ago when I first got sober, 8 years of relapses may well have crumbled into fiction, my mind rebalanced. Truly, I would suggest the exercise of good judgment, add "Rebalancing the Addictive Mind" to your recovery literature bookshelf."
Here is Shelley's book, "Rebalancing the Addictive Mind":