Will Richardson saw addiction destroy his father’s life and remove him from the children he loved so much.
He vowed that his life would not be centered on addiction, but ever since, it’s been the theme of his existence. Today, his purpose is to ensure that addiction doesn’t ruin anyone else’s life.
In Addicted, he argues that we are all addicts, and once we accept this, we can end the vicious cycle of addiction. His analysis presents a breakthrough concept by bridging a gap that has existed for decades between human behavior, training and development, self-help/inspirational literature, and spirituality.
Richardson urges readers to confront everything in life they think is the cultural normal and consider a new way of living. Doing so means exploring addictions that do not discriminate against race, religion, culture, or socioeconomic class.
This book represents a true evolution of the relationship of humanity to addiction as the author eloquently lays out how addiction can overtake someone’s life.