When I decided to offer the First 48 hours of my recovery plan for free, I had no idea what the response would be. I never imagined that the feedback would be this incredible!
Apparently… people are tired of struggling in recovery (who knew?), and want better solutions and that’s what I provide. Keep sending those emails and questions and I’ll keep responding to make sure you know everything it takes to start changing your environment so you can redirect your life and get out from under the big fat thumb of alcoholism!
Research for a new book, a documentary, and many other projects is ongoing. The progress of what can be accomplished is moving forward quickly but I can’t do it alone nor do I want to. That’s where your donations come in! The goal is to help us better understand WHY people become alcoholics and addicts, and WHY we don’t need it doesn’t have to run our lives. I have been very successful in recovery and want to share what I have learned so other people may benefit and have similar results in their own sobriety. By incorporating human sciences (psychology, neuroscience, epigenetics, etc.), I have been able to take sobriety to a whole new level. Many people who read what I write have gained insight to their own past behaviors and encouraged them to make the changes neccessary to fully recover! I want to expand on this and get more people involved with the programs I've written so that individuals can easily accomplish their goals of making lasting epigenetic changes. The U.S. spends over $400 Billion dollars annually on the substance abuse epidemic and the number is growing. The culture behind most current models of recovery is proving to do more harm than good, and because of the lack of formal research and anonymity of current programs, there is no way to tell the effectiveness of what they do. Many people feel lost in these programs because there is no real solution and most of the so-called guidance is based on fear of your addictions. This leads to relapse, anxiety, depression, and even the unimaginable... suicide. There are far more effective solutions to prevention and recovery and with your help, we can put them in the mainstream. There is no limit to how many times you can donate. Thank you for your support!