The Warrior’s Guide to Successful Sobriety


How to Gain Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Muscles

Author: Dr. K.J. Foster

The Warrior’s Guide to Successful Sobriety: How to Gain Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Muscles  is for anyone seeking to overcome alcohol and other drug addiction, and any loved ones seeking to better understand addiction, and grow in their strength and resilience.

In this book, Dr. Foster presents a conceptualization of recovery that encompasses all domains of recovery; physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.  Sobriety is not just about abstinence.   To fully recover from a substance use disorder, there is mental and emotional recovery that is necessary as well.

The Warrior’s Guide to Successful Sobriety  provides information on how to go beyond abstinence to become stronger and more resilient than ever before.

This book is based on Dr. Foster’s own personal experience overcoming addiction, her son’s successful recovery from addiction, and her professional experience working with thousands of individuals and family members seeking to overcome addiction.

Dr. Foster outlines and defines Four Stages of Recovery and Six Essential Elements of Power.   Each element provides a source of strength that will help achieve and maintain sobriety, grow stronger in recovery, and progress through the four stages.

The Six Essential Elements of Power  will provide a connection and source for developing strength and resilience that will help take even the weakest and most hopeless from powerless to resilient. These elements will help virtually anyone gain enough strength and resilience to achieve successful long-term recovery.

You will find the information, tools, strategies, and exercises provided in this book effective for anyone striving toward optimal health and wellbeing.   It is a powerful resource for anyone striving to become the best, healthiest and strongest version of themselves.

It will help virtually anyone gain a better understanding of addiction, a better understanding of the recovery process, and a better understanding of the elements that are necessary to overcome addiction and grow stronger and more resilient; physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.