Recovery: Plain & Simple
Here, with the energy, humor, and clear-as-a-cowbell insight for which he is known, John Lee gives you the information you need to overcome, first, the feeling that you are not living the life you want and, second, the addictive behaviors you use to numb your resulting frustration. Reading Recovery: Plain and Simple is a big step toward becoming your real self.
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