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First Steps to Thriving in Recovery by Garrett Biss is a handy manual that will guide readers who are in recovery to live a life disconnected from the consequences of their past and to bring joy and fulfillment into their lives while living in recovery. There are many people living in recovery who are held back by emotional and personal consequences and this workbook is a good tool when it comes to empowering them by taking the first steps to thriving in recovery. The author gives simple exercises and strategies to start the journey of thriving in recovery and begin life afresh. The book will encourage all those living in recovery to focus on their strengths and successes so that the foundation for a better version of themselves can be laid.
The Three Steps shared by Garrett Biss are helpful to many readers out there trying to find a balance in their lives while in recovery. The simple exercises come in handy for them to evaluate themselves, continuously strive, and improve. The approach to the subject is simple and that makes it easy for readers to understand and apply and watch the changes happening. For readers who feel something is amiss in their recovery journey or they are not getting to where they thought they would be by now or other personal and emotional issues, reading First Steps to Thriving in Recovery will be therapeutic. Life is all about the journey and not the destination, and sometimes the entire process and the progression towards a particular goal can make all the difference. The suggestions in the book will definitely empower readers to live their potential, thrive more in their recovery, and make a positive impact in life.