My Best Thinking (the highs and lows of Rehab)

This is a story about how therapist’s, her peers and rehab help her see, and then deal with, the truth.

Have you ever wondered what recovery from addiction might be like, and why “they” just can’t say no?
To begin with, Mimi thinks she has killed someone whilst in a blackout, she doesn’t think she is an addict and she definitely does not want recovery.
She’s in Rehab.
She’s in deep denial.
This is a story about how therapist’s, her peers and rehab help her see, and then deal with, the truth.
This book gives a birds-eye view from the inside out, how people can be moved from Denial to Recovery.
Mimi meets other addicts with different addictions and through shared desperation.
Find the answers and methods that start their journey, or prolong the agony.
This is also an information manual that gives many descriptions of how to change what is wrong through education and support and points the reader to many resources.
It is time to change perceptions about this Mental Health catastrophe, to find better solutions. This book is sad, shocking, informative, sometimes funny but ultimately hopeful. Describing how it is possible to change, get well and prosper.
Denial: ‘Sincerely believing our own lies’.

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