WILMINGTON, NC, July 31, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Millions of people around the world are working to help people make lasting recovery from alcohol and drugs. Doctors, other health professionals of all kinds, and counselors are joined by millions of “non-professionals” working tirelessly to achieve the same goals.
Most of them, especially those in 12-step programs, remain anonymous. Although their work is vitally important, they receive no public praise or thanks. Yet they do it nonetheless, day after day, one day at a time. Some cannot work behind the scenes because they are in the spotlight, literally and figuratively.
Russell Brand has written a book on the subject, entitled “Recovery”. Elizabeth Vargas has become a voice for the recovery community. Jamie Lee Curtis is working on anti-drug campaigns after getting clean and sober. Jessica Simpson wrote about her addiction in her memoir. Demi Lovato suffered a near-fatal relapse and came back. MacKenzie Phillips struggled with addiction for many years and now helps others overcome those same addictions. Matthew Perry, Robert Downey Jr., the list goes on. These very recognizable people deserve our thanks and praise, just like those we have not met and will never know.
No matter who or where you are, no matter your status or position, you can recover. Alcoholics and drug addicts need support and they need tools. The support is in place, in every segment of our society, as well as the necessary tools.
Harriet Hunter’s bestseller, Miracles Of Recovery, is one such tool.
With 365 daily inspirations. Miracles of Recovery was written not just for addicts, but for parents, spouses – anyone affected by the disease, because addiction is a family affair. Using the foundation of 12-step recovery, Miracles of Recovery takes holistic suggestions as a practical approach for those who must face life on the terms of life, clean and sober. Encouraging and empowering, Miracles of Recovery inspires with universal truths, “because,” says Harriet, “once we know better, we do better.”
Substance abuse problems have increased, primarily due to the overwhelming effects of a global pandemic. The National Institute on Alcohol and Alcohol Abuse mentioned in 2018 that 88,000 people die each year from alcohol-related deaths. They go on to say that globally, alcohol abuse was the fifth leading risk factor for premature death and disability in 2010. Now those statistics look even more dire with the onslaught of effect pandemic: premature death, isolation, job loss and much more. .
Although there are many treatment approaches and programs, what is common to people who are successful in a substance abuse program is shared pain and loneliness, often with an ongoing support system for the person struggling. disease. This support system is what Harriet Hunter offers in “Miracles of Recovery: Daily Meditations of Hope, Courage and Faith”.
Miracles of Recovery shows through personal examples how to achieve long-term sobriety by adopting a new behavior and positive reinforcement, regardless of what is going on in your life. She offers a personal, sometimes raw, reflection of the truth about addiction rarely seen elsewhere.
Tools needed to maintain sobriety and change your life by changing your perspective are also offered. Miracles of Recovery suggests readers “do life differently,” through exercises, solutions, and methods to improve self-esteem, confidence, and embrace a deep sense of hope necessary for success. The author urges the reader to embrace the belief that no matter what life’s challenges are, “NOTHING can change the course of recovery when you keep yourself, your sobriety, and your Higher Power first in your life.” In short, Miracles of Recovery offers hope where there is none through a simple action plan for complicated people.
Hunter has received rave reviews for her work from readers and critics. Vernita Taylor of Readers Favorite said, “Miracles of Recovery: Daily Meditations of Hope, Courage, and Faith by Harriet Hunter is a great choice if you’re struggling with addiction because it offers a full year of inspiration and affirmations that I appreciated. I see this book as a mentor or sponsor that walks by your side and helps you improve while teaching you how to manage your stressors. The best teacher is someone who’s been there and done it, and this book doesn’t disappoint. The author knows firsthand what it takes and what it feels like to be addicted. If you need help along your journey, get a copy of this book; it is highly recommended.”
Anthony Capozzolli from Dismantled Life Podcast said, “Miracles of Recovery was a feast for my recovering soul. Each page is filled with love and helpful information that leads to discovery. I read each page by date and randomly turn to other pages for an extra spiritual hug when I need it. It’s almost as if Harriet wrote her wonderful book for me. Page after page hits so close to home that I often tear from positive awareness and clarity of emotion. Readers can find more 5-star reviews from others on Amazon.
Miracles of Recovery received the first President’s Award in the non-fiction category from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association.
Since her walk to recovery in 1999, Harriet has had one goal: to show others how they can find hope and work their miracles while staying sober with vision and a determination to never turn back. , one day at a time.
Using her strength of experience and hope, Harriet strives to be a beacon of hope and encouragement to others in their addictions, showing them what continues to work for others. With practical tools, principles and promises found in A.A. and other 12-step programs, it reflects examples of how anyone can be freed from bondage to self, no matter whatever his situation.
With every purchase of a personalized autograph copy of Miracles of Recovery from its website, Hunter provides a free copy of its e-book, “Your Daily Reprieve; How to maintain long-term sobriety calmly just for today” in PDF format.
Details are available on its website at https://harriethunter.org/product/miracles-of-recovery-autographed-paperback-2/
About Harriet Hunter:
With over 22 years of sobriety, Harriet has worked with hundreds of women who suffer from alcohol and drug addiction to help them find peace in active sobriety, and mentors women face-to-face and online. Readers can find her on the global recovery site, Intherooms.com, where she’s been given her own room and brings Miracles to life every Sunday at 2:00 PM EST.
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