If You Want to Stop Drinking
This Book Will “Pave the Way”
Library Journal, considered one of the most trusted publications for the library community and has been providing quality journalism and reviews for more than a century, recently published an advanced review of The 30-Day Sobriety Solution.
In the well-known Book Verdict review site literary expert Deborah Bigelow elaborates on this compelling alternative to the 12-steps.
Canfield ("Chicken Soup for the Soul" series) and recovering alcoholic and sobriety coach Andrews, proposes a five-phase plan using success principles, goal setting, visualization, neuroscience, and cognitive therapies to assist readers in identifying the reasons for drinking, defeating the dread of quitting, cultivating gratitude, and taking pleasure in confidence-building activities. They cover all aspects of addiction and present narratives from which principles have provided a satisfying way of life.
Below is Library Journal's final conclusion on The 30-Day Sobriety Solution , or what they refer to as their "VERDICT."
VERDICT: For readers who sincerely want to stop drinking, the lessons in this book will pave the way.
To read more reviews on Library Journal's Book Verdict website click HERE. Below you can read the full review published in August of 2015 (move your mouse over the image to zoom in).
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