This book, Addiction to Recovery / Unlocking your Potential, is an accumulation of existential realization, many resources, years of recovery, education, insects, and years working in the field of addiction, with all adepts in the goal of personal transformation from addiction to recovery. This is an integrative approach to living in wellness of recovery. It offers carefully considered overviews and assessments on the best-known treatments ( theories) connected to recovery. This is an integrative approach to living in wellness of recovery. It provides a new outlook as a guide for the unwary who has failed that recovery in the past and those just coming into recovery for the first time. This book unlocks the potential that advances new insight into the recovery process for each individual by reframing the process in such a way that the right interpretation by the reader will help recovery click into place. Addiction to Recovery is a book of knowledge about life in recovery. As knowledge is the answer or answers to the questions of the inner most self. When searching for a better way of life, there can be no evasion as we must push forward to no avail. Our answers to many questions of our life lie in our soul, buried under the wounds of our past and present. They must be revealed and understood, learn from, “released and let go of for good.” With the freedom of choice and free will, you’ll have many reasons to feel optimistic about your life and future. In recovery, we must heal what is broken. We must start with the inner core of our being. Your inner self makes you who you are. We must recognize that end of addiction as a new beginning and start to formulate new values that we hold close to our heart.
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David E McCauley began his journey in recovery in 1989. Began working in a hospital detox setting for years while earning his Certification in Alcohol and Drug Counseling as well as becoming a Certified Social Worker. Later moving on to an outpatient facility then working with the Division of Youth and Family Services before opening his own outpatient program (Life Skills Counseling) in 1998. A single drink led to a relapse in 2004 after a deep inner soul-searching journey to answer the question of “Why” relapse happens this book came about. I am a highly optimistic person with a personal commitment to help those who suffer from addiction and enhance the recovery of those who need it. On my free time I enjoy being outdoors in nature hiking, walking on the beach, sports, biking, quading, and watching a good movie.