101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions

  • by Richard A Singer
  • Narrated by John Alan Martinson Jr.
  • 2 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions can help transform the life of any recovering addict from bleak to bright. These practical suggestions give hope - from seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, to realizing this light holds a promising future to reclaim. Listeners will learn:


How to keep hope and seek help, even in the darkest of days
How to deal with the major monster of denial
How to plan to become consistently productive
How to take care of your brain and body so you're happier and healthier
How to routinely remember to never give up
How to push through and know that recovery can be realized
And much, much more

"101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions is a great resource, giving a simple, fun, and easily digestible format to a treasure trove of accumulated wisdom, from the winners who have overcome addictions to have a happy and healthy life." - Sarah Graham, addiction expert and member of UK Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD).
"Having worked with people struggling with addictions for many years, I recognized many of the tools I regularly use among Rick Singer's 101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions - I know they work. Therefore, I can confidently recommend this little audiobook as inspiration, and as a guide." - Bob Rich, Ph.D., author of several self-help and inspirational books.
"101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions is a thoughtful, inspirational, must have for anyone in the addiction field or going through addiction themselves. Singer's own story is passionate, loving, and realistic." - Mari Sweeting, Recovery Coach, Substance Abuse Counselor, and DUI Instructor, Sonoma County, California.

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Control of your life again or for the first time!

Would you listen to 101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions again? Why?

This world is steeped in addiction, whether we realize it or not.

As someone whom has beheld addiction in men and women his whole life, the subject resonates loudly with me as I despise seeing my brothers falling to monsters that can be defeated with a little bit of guidance and self assurance. This book provides both of these keys to success and taking control of one's life again, or for their first time.




Have you listened to any of John Alan Martinson Jr.’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

John has a way with vocal enunciation and is a primed professional in his line of work. Anytime I have listened to his work he presents himself in a realistic and well articulated method.

I have yet to hear a script that Jonathon has yet to master with his voice.


What insight do you think you’ll apply from 101 Tips for Recovering from Addictions?

As someone writing my own book on surviving addiction, it helped refresh and motivate me to get my project done.

We need more people rooting for the self destroyed, to get us all back up on ou feet again and moving forward to victory in life.


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- King78

45 days sober

Really outstanding audiobook. I've been sober since 7/7/17. I got tired of envying people who would say, "I just don't drink," and truly demonstrated no interest in alcohol at all. Drinking never helped me reach my goals. It's only impeded me.

This audiobook has a lot of ideas to stay on track. This book will make a great gift for someone you care about.
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- Bob

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2017
  • Publisher: Rick Singer Books