Steep Falls, ME (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
About 76.3 million people around the world have diagnosable alcohol use disorder, the World Health Organization states in its Global Status Report on Alcohol 2004. These people may abuse and become addicted to alcohol for different reasons but the consequences will always be destructive and harmful. In Motivating My Life Recovery, Andre Souliere shares a poignant glimpse into his struggle with alcoholism and his harrowing journey through and out of a dark episode in his life.
Souliere’s life started out full of promise and optimism. He met his first wife when he enlisted in the United States Air Force and they had three children. Things took a different turn when they divorced and Souliere found himself spiraling into depression and alcoholism. In his book, Souliere bravely shares the trials he went through—including struggling through divorce, separating from his children and his bouts with alcohol—and how he found the strength in God which allowed them to overcome them all. His work opens the reader’s eyes to a reality that affects millions of people and, most importantly, it rallies the way to a journey towards full healing and recovery that others can embark on.
A true and inspiring story of hope and survival, Motivating My Life Recovery examines the complex nature of addiction and the miracle of healing through God in the light of one man’s life journey, struggles and his eventual triumph.
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About the Author
Andre Souliere grew up in Biddeford, Maine, in an old farm house that his grandfather had built. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. He has two daughters and a stepdaughter with his first wife. He remarried and he and his second wife, Joyce, and their son live in Steep Falls, Maine.
Motivating My Life Recovery * by Andre Souliere
Never Fear, Never Hesitate, Never Quit
Publication Date: May 14, 2012
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