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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Everyone speaks of change, changing lifestyles, and breaking cycles of destruction. In 32 Principles for Recovery: Wisdom to Light the Pathway for Recovery, Rick McNeil gives enough insights for readers to make positive changes in their lifestyle and move forward in their lives, making it empowering, rewarding and fulfilling. This book will help readers become aware of their addiction and nip it in the bud so that they have time to be around people who are positive influences. The author's words are helpful when it comes to guiding readers on how to respond to negativity and create the quality of life they desire. This book will change the way things are perceived and interpreted and will encourage readers to be grateful, even for the smallest of blessings.
The author handles a topic that needs to be discussed in a very mature and honest way. We live in times when people are so caught up with their hectic lives that they cannot find time to fix their mistakes and rectify their behavior. Each principle has been discussed in a simple and neat way, making it helpful for readers to practice and implement without much difficulty. This book is an eye-opener to many and will make them realize that is important to fix their problems so that they can handle anything that is thrown at them. I would recommend this book to all readers, especially those who require some guidance when it comes to making changes. The checklist to make new resolutions and the undeniable truths of addiction are useful in examining what needs to be done and what needs to be changed to move forward.