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Author Alexander Chronicles His Journey Through Healing

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New book Recovering is a poignant yet daring account of life that reveals the effects of addiction, child abuse and unhealthy relationships.

ONTARIO, Canada (PRWEB) July 14, 2014

In an equally heartrending and thought-provoking narrative that moves dramatically between struggles and healing, the author offers a glimpse of the effects of addiction, child abuse and unhealthy relationships. In Recovering, he will provide greater awareness as he relates how the abusive family system he grew up with has affected his life.

This book is a poignant but daring revelation of the authors life story. Recovering is about his experiences with his family and other unhealthy relationships in his life. He was extremely nervous as a child - witnessing a lot of horrible things and abused. He saw how alcoholism made certain family members do inappropriate and violent things. He witnessed death of family members and some participate in destructive relationships and substance abuse. He had nothing but an unhealthy family relationship. In this book, he shares how it all affected him from childhood to adulthood, how he had taken the steps to improve his life and how he embarked on a journey through healing and recovery.

In Recovering, Alexander has written an inspirational story that will educate the readers about addiction, abuse and family relationships. An eye-opening tale of struggle and healing, this book will give hope to those who are in similar situations and teach the readers about the value of life, desirable values and family.

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About the Author
Alexander wants to share his story with others. Even though it is hard for many to change or to step out of destructive systems or lifestyles, it is possible. We can become the person we want to be or truly are by making a commitment to heal and participate in relationships that are positive for us, knowing we are not responsible for the lives or behavior of others and in control only of our own. He has read many self-help books and articles and attended many workshops during his adult life.

Recovering * by Alexander
The Effects of Addiction, Child Abuse, and Unhealthy Relationships
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 295 pages; 978-1-4797-3570-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 295 pages; 978-1-4797-3571-6
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-3572-3

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