The insights, skills, and experiences gained through three years of recovery have prepared us to be of service during times of crisis like the coronavirus pandemic. This book celebrates the hard-won success of long-term sobriety and challenges us to keep growing.
In the final book of this series, author Guy Kettelhack offers moving and triumphant stories of individuals in their third year of sobriety.
Through these stories, Kettelhack brings alive the ongoing process of building self-esteem and explores what this process means at this point in recovery--"turning it over" to a Higher Power, doing service, developing an increasingly positive attitude toward health, relationships, and family, and creating a new definition of success in sobriety.
"We begin to discover," writes Kettelhack, "the greatest adventure sobriety offers us: discovering who we are and what we have the capacity to become."
Guy Kettelhack has written seven books on recovery. He is completing a Master's degree in psychoanalysis, and is an analyst-in-training at the Boston and New York Centers for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies. A graduate of Middlebury College, Kettelhack has also done graduate work in English literature at Bread Loaf School of English at Oxford University. He lives in New York City.