**Recovery Ramblins**

A MUST read!!,June 7, 2013

By
Ulrica Guevara (Sherman Oaks, CA)

It was amazing how similar our stories are. The only difference is that I am a recovering drug addict. But we went through the same trial and tribulations. Child-hood traumas, death, feelings of hopelessness, etc. If you are suffering from ANY type of addiction. You should read this. I believe it could help you understand what you are going through and that there is help out there. And most importantly, you are not alone. With the help of others suffering the same way you are, it’s much easier than doing it alone. And even if you don’t have any type of addictive behavior. This book might help you understand what a suffering addict goes through. It might make people use less judgment and have a little more compassion for people like us. Not that we want our behavior condoned. We just want to be a little more understood. Catherine did a GREAT job explaining all they cycles and everything that a person goes through with addiction. Thank you for writing this book!
Ulrica G. Addict in Recovery……                                                                                                                                                                  **As a first time Author, and writer, I’m sure my friends will agree with me that when you receive a Review from your readers, it’s an awesome feeling! Because most the time the reviews can be far and few between. Not sure why, so when you do get them, there really is no way to explain the feelings you get to know someone really cared about what you have written, and interested about what you have to say. That’s also how I feel about my Recovery Blog here as well. Everyone’s “thoughts” no matter the topic, should have a chance to be read and validated. I wish there was No Judging in the world, but sadly there is. That’s why when I saw this on my Author FB page, I wanted to share IT!   http://www.facebook.com/CatherineLyonAddictedToDimes

By Wincent Go Botak
RULES OF LIFE 1. Make peace with your past so it won’t screw up the present. 2. What others think of you is none of your business . 3. Time heals almost everything, give it time. 4. Don’t compare your life to others and don’t judge them. You have no idea what their journey is all about. 5. Stop thinking too much, it’s alright not to know the answers. They will come to you when you least expect it. 6. No one is in charge of your happiness except YOU.  7. You don’t own all the problems of this World……**This is very good advice and full of WISDOM!  Have a Great Day Everyone!!**
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6 thoughts on “**Recovery Ramblins**

  1. We’re in this together. Feel free to hit me up anytime. NA meetings aren’t enough but I have no choice but to reach out. This thing isn’t something we can do alone. All I know is that i’m tired of living 2 lives. I’m not built to be dishonest and I’m praying to God for strength to do live a clean and honest life. Please keep me in your prayers.

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