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Becoming Normal Press Release

Becoming Normal Press Release

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Do you think you are normal? Do you want to become more normal? If so, you are not alone. Many people feel the same way. Follow along as the author guides you through his journey to redefine the meaning of normal, from his perspective. You, too, will soon share in his belief that normal is how you define it.
Do you think you are normal? Do you want to become more normal? If so, you are not alone. Many people feel the same way. Follow along as the author guides you through his journey to redefine the meaning of normal, from his perspective. You, too, will soon share in his belief that normal is how you define it.

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Published by: Central Recovery Press on Mar 05, 2010
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FOR RELEASEFOR INFORMATION, CONTACT:March 2010Kae Tienstra, Cross River PublishingConsultants, Inc. 610-395-6298
BECOMING NORMALAn Ever-Changing Perspective
 by Mark Edick “Comfortable, yet compelling…. Don’t let this book pass you by: it might just transform your life!”--Jack G. Jesse, Ph.D., LMSW, CAAC,
Substance Abuse Division Director, Barry/Eaton District Health Department 
“What is normal?” 
That is the question that has plagued author Mark Edick, who is in long-term recovery,all his life. It’s also the topic of his forthcoming memoir,
 Becoming Normal: An Ever-Changing Perspective
(Central Recovery Press / March 1, 2010 / Trade paperback $14.95/ Distributed to the trade by Health Communications, Inc.).
 Becoming Normal 
is the poignant and moving account of one man’s journey throughrecovery and his discovery of the evolving meaning of normal. It includes wisdomgleaned from his relationship with his twelve-step fellowship sponsor and other lessonslearned along the way.“To be normal means to fit in, that is what I thought,” says Mr. Edick. “To fit in means Iwill be more loved, cared for, and needed. I longed for these things. I yearned for thesethings. I had spent my whole life seeking real love, true caring, a sense of being needed.And I had—so far—come up short.”
Once it was normal for Mark Edick to drink alcohol and take other drugs. Now it isnormal for him
not 
to drink alcohol or take other drugs.
His down-to-earth approachand his examination of self-defeating thought processes offers an alternative to otherswho struggle with the stigma of addiction.In
 Becoming Normal 
, the concept of “normal” is not simply a comparison betweenextremes. Mr. Edick takes this topic very personally, and he shows how he evolved inrecovery to understand and accept “normal” as it applied to his changing relationshipwith alcohol and other drugs. As readers follow Mr. Edick’s “journey to normal,” they begin to appreciate their own understanding of the topic. Soon it becomes clear thatwhether or not a person struggles with the problems living in active addiction brings, thequest to determine “what is normal” is common to everyone.Over— 

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