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Michael Cartwright’s book is set to release September 2012.
Someone you know desperately needs this book. Do you know a person who is leading a driven, emotionally damaged, pain-filled life, and pretending that he chooses to live that way? Do you know someone who is struggling with a weight problem, dealing with an addiction, or trying to overcome some sort of compulsive behavior? Most people do. Ironically, many people who struggle with addictions or compulsive behavior patterns are not homeless, living on the streets, sleeping on park benches or in dark alleys. They are your family members, your neighbors, or friends. Many people who need profound change in their lives are living in beautiful homes, driving late model automobiles, wearing stylish clothing, and paying for their kids to go to the best schools. By all external appearances, they seem to be leading “the good life.” Yet deep inside, they are controlled by compulsions they wish they could overcome. They numb their pain with alcohol, drugs, food, nicotine, shopping, pornography, gambling, hoarding, and a host of other compulsive behaviors. When one method no longer brings the desired euphoria, they desperately seek something else.
The good news is that there is hope. Thousands of women and men are leading active, joyful lives, free from the constraints of formerly life-controlling behaviors. How did it happen?
Michael Cartwright, a formerly mentally ill, impoverished addict and alcoholic who is now clean, sober, a multi-millionaire and has served thousands in the recovery effort offers his secrets and encouragement to those attempting to overcome life-controlling issues.