Drug Addiction Recovery Guide & Autobiogaphical Book By Former User Launched

Mr. Ross Remien announces the launch of his book Maximum Strength. The book is an autobiographical guide to successfully beating substance abuse without falling into repetitive cycles of rehab and relapse. He also has a state of the art treatment facility.

Los Angeles, United States - September 12, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Mr. Ross Remien announces the launch of his new book Maximum Strength, an autobiographical guide to overcoming drug addiction. Mr. Remein takes readers through his numerous failed attempts at rehab and finally to what got him out and the help he offers others in a similar situation.

For more information visit his website at http://rossremien.com

Successfully getting out of substance abuse, whether drugs or alcohol is one of the most difficult and painful of all human experiences. The existing system works for very few people and even they fall into repeated cycles of relapse and rehabilitation. One of the main reasons for this could be that rehabilitation procedures are conducted by people who have never been addicted to any substance. This naturally makes it very difficult for them to formulate a practical method that helps.

Mr. Ross Remien has gained invaluable experience and insight through his own journeys and suffering. According to his account on his website, he was a drug addict for 16 years. He has experienced first hand, the painful cycles of rehabilitation, relapse and going for treatment again. He says “I was in and out of multiple rehab facilities, continually relapsing because I was so spiritually bankrupt that I didn’t feel worthy of living any life, sober or not. Add to that the fact that none of the experts I was working with ever took the time to show me how to live a life any different than the one I was living, and the cycle continued.”

According to his website, addiction treatment has not changed in the past 61 years and has a failure rate of 95% The reason for this is that traditional methods focus only on the removal of drug and alcohol dependence. Sometimes this is done by substituting narcotics with other medication – a solution that does not address the root cause of addiction.

According to Ross, drug addiction is a byproduct of a person’s inability to handle his emotions or the circumstances of his life. Only if emotional support is provided and sustained can recovery be possible. Ross’s book Maximum Strength provides practical help along these lines and includes illuminating glimpses of his own struggle from absolute addiction to complete recovery.

For more information visit the website given above or call on +1-310-699-1005.

Contact Info:
Name: Ross Remien
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Organization: Ross Remien
Address: 8316 Regis Way, Los Angeles, California 90045, United States
Website: http://rossremien.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88918070

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