Fully Alive

To successfully overcome addiction is the biggest challenge people face when they decide to put a stop to certain destructive habits such as drug addiction and alcoholics among others. Although, lots of books have been written by health professionals or councilors on how people can stop being addicted but one notable factor about these books is that while some may find them helpful others end up frustrated because they failed to achieve their aims.

Fully Alive is a book that was written to solve this critical problem and it has so far proven to be the perfect solution addicts are looking for. The author, being a former addict came up with the sobriety blueprint; a formula that is based on individuality. Through personal researches and studies he conducted over the years, it became pretty obvious that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. So, unlike others that came up with general steps or ways that only worked for some and failed others, he came up with a unique plan that recognized individual differences.

The book has tables and diagrams that work as a guide in helping individuals to remain on track until they totally wean themselves of those unwanted habits.

This book is highly recommended for addicts, especially those who have tried other solutions or read books that didn’t help them. At just 184-page long, Fully Alive is a small but mighty book that works like miracle!


BIO:  Michael J. Surdyka is a self-starter, passionate addiction/recovery advocate, and the renowned author behind the insightful new book “Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality to Conquer Addiction”. His own triumph from addiction, pain, and struggle led him to discover a winning formula on how to motivate himself to seek a better path while preserving his progress in defeating his demons for good.

During the darkest moments of his life, Michael was in and out of rehab for years, yet never fully grasped the light… until he realized that the real power to truly overcome his addiction had been inside him all along — his unique individuality.

Michael found that most rehabilitation centers had a specific “template” to recovery, discounting the fact that a person’s individuality has incredible power when it comes to galvanizing enduring sobriety, and that what works successfully for one person will oftentimes not work for another.

After losing another friend to a drug overdose, Michael finally made the choice to determine why they could not hold on to their sobriety before losing it all for good. Talking to every former addict and alcoholic he knew, reading every case study and article he could get his hands on, and then comparing and contrasting existing similarities and differences, his research inadvertently became the outline for “Fully Alive”.

“Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality to Conquer Addiction” is a tactical combination of the most effective commonalities, techniques, tools, and strategies that will set you on a more personalized approach to developing, and then preserving, a rewarding life of sobriety.

This guide is packed with self-diagnosing worksheets, multiple full-color infographics, and a revolutionary recovery tool called The Sobriety Blueprint — a detailed plan that maps out a recovery method that is instinctive, purposeful, and takes into account the unique individual as the most important part of the recovery process.

With his powerful book, Michael seeks to help every reader carve their own path towards a happy, healthy, invigorating, and inspiring life — finally free from the claws of addiction for good.

Genre: Non-Fiction, Self-Help