Author Maurice 'Mo' Murray Launches His Highly Praised 2nd Edition Self Help Workbook, 'Just Snap Your Fingers And... Bingo You're Sober'

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In his newly revised alcohol recovery workbook, 'Just Snap Your Fingers and... Bingo You're Sober,' author and recovering alcoholic, Mo Murray, enhances and expands on how one understands the nature of alcoholism and how to conquer this gripping disease.

the book is written by the recovery community for the recovery community.

Mo Murray's workbook 'Just Snap your Fingers and... Bingo you're Sober' is a comprehensive guide on helping people face and deal with their addiction to alcohol. It is a compilation of a lifetime of experiences and perspectives that shaped his own understanding of his battle with alcoholism. As Mo states, "the book is written by the recovery community for the recovery community."

Mo explains that alcoholism is a disease that is like any other disease such as diabetes. He provides an analysis of how alcohol works on the brain. A large part of the book focuses on one's thoughts and perceptions. He says "Alcoholics are master self manipulators." He explains how one's perceptions become their reality. That is, one has to learn to recognize self-defeating thoughts. Our attitude is more important than facts, education, and money.

At the end of each chapter, Mo provides exercises for readers that are designed to help them tap into their thoughts and perceptions. As he states, "discovery requires conscious, continuous, positive actions." As well, he says, "life is 10% of what happens to me and 90% how I react to it." We are in charge of our attitude. Mo expands on the chapter of self hypnosis as part of subconsciously internalizing positive reinforcement messages to help one change negative perceptions and attitudes into positive ones.

The guidebook is very positive with humorous and philosophical anecdotes designed to provide one with the motivation, encouragement, and techniques to conquer a disease that can be very powerful to overcome. One's relationship with God is an important part of the book. Mo details how one's relationship with God is an important source of strength and internal peace.

Book Reviews

Tracy Roberts, Write Field Services
"'Just Snap Your Fingers and... Bingo You're Sober,' 2nd Ed. is highly recommended as a helpful and inspiring tool to help one not just overcome their alcohol addiction, but also to stay sober. It is a wonderful tool for either those going through an alcohol treatment program, those who have completed a program and would like more resources to stay sober, and people who are starting to question whether they have an alcohol addiction.'

Midwest Book Review
"'Just Snap Your Fingers and...Bingo You're Sober! A Recovery Workbook for Alcoholics' is a guide to help readers fight their addiction to the horrible poison through their own faith and power, and declaring that a hypnotist simply isn't needed - that one can do it themselves and help build ones own resistance to the cravings for liquor. 'Just Snap Your Fingers and...Bingo You're Sober! A Recovery Workbook for Alcoholics' is highly recommended for those who just want to stop and for community library self-help collections."

Book Ordering

'Just Snap Your Fingers and... Bingo you're Sober, 2nd Ed.' ISBN# 1434328813 can be purchased at and Barnes and The author's website is
About the Author

Maurice "Mo" Murray, B.A., M.Div., Cht, is a former substance abuse counselor and clinical director. In his prior profession he was the creator and voice talent of the syndicated radio show "As Memory Serves Me" which aired on over four hundred radio stations with Beltone Hearing Aids as its national sponsor. Murray uses this rare combination of clinical skills (he is in recovery) and nostalgic humor (from his radio shows) to help alcoholics achieve positive recovery results.

If you are interested in reviewing 'Just Snap Your Fingers and... Bingo You're Sober, 2nd Ed.,' or arranging for a talk and signing, or interview, please contact Mo at momurray (at) bingoyoursober (dot) com, or by phone at 843-725-8131.


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