Ockham’s Razor is a blazingly candid memoir and recovery guide within a spiritual context. It is a deeply moving, intensely caring, intimate portrayal of a gay man’s journey through abysmal depression, manic episodes, extreme indulgence, and sexual addiction. He eventually discovered the power of the simple solution and enjoys enduring sobriety.
Unlike many self-help books, it speaks from the heart of one who’s been there and back too many times. It offers a simple, doable plan that can lead to a safe harbor for addicts and people on the brink of disaster. It is a valuable source of information and inspiration for manic depressives, addicts, their supporters, co-dependents, and professionals in the field, gift-wrapped in a literate and fascinating read.
Twenty-six years of practicing, studying, rising above, and sinking to the depths; recommitment, regret, disillusionment with incompetent professionals, twelve-step commitments, and lapses, confirms the author as an expert on the subject with a workable solution.