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3 Steps to Recovery

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
2012 Literary Award for best Autobiography and Memoir. I suppose most people might have learned something after experiencing a brush with death. It should have served as a wake up call that my huge appetite for drugs and alcohol were out of control. But it didn't, not even after several more near-misses. By age 21, I'd managed to destroy four cars and my driver's license w ...more
Paperback, 278 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by T-87 Publishing Company (first published May 31st 2011)
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JoAnn Melton
This is is a great book for the fast track to healing from addictions. From the author's personal story to an easy to follow process to finding one's way to a successful recovery from any number of life's challenges. A Good Read for sure.
Dan Farish
5.0 out of 5 stars

Easy to read and hard to put down, July 7, 2011
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Dan Farish writes just as though he were talking to you. Sometimes he leans forward, takes hold of your arm, and looks you in the eye. That kind of writing makes 3 Steps to Recovery engage the reader from the painful workings of Farish's dysfunctional childhood family through the de
Apr 20, 2012 Paul rated it it was amazing
This is the story of one person's journey from alcoholism to recovery and sobriety.

Dan was your average native of the Boston, MA area. Dad worked as a subway janitor, and seemed to come home angry every night. Taking it out on his family, Dad reached new levels in Mean, Rotten and Nasty. He was the person in the neighborhood who would loudly complain if the local kids were making too much noise, or if someone rode a loud mini-bike past the house. Mom was not much better. A number of times, she s
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Jan 29, 2013 David Murphy rated it did not like it
This guy hasn't a clue about recovery. The book starts out interesting enough with him telling his story and all that but dies off abruptly when he gets into treatment and continues with his confusion between treatment and AA. He makes AA sound like a hierarchy (which it is not) and how they force people to share. I have been involved with self-help groups for over 30 years off and on and have never been forced to share or put out on front street as a newcomer. His perception of AA is severely m ...more
Jan 03, 2013 Bill rated it it was amazing
Great book! Well written. Dan's insight into addiction and subsequent recovery is excellent! Easy to read!
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