Do you crave stories of hope and healing? Morgan James Publishing’s (Morgan-James.com) new release Anonymous No More: One Mother’s Faith-Filled Journey Through Addiction, Recovery & Redemption by Alisa Massey demonstrates that there is hope of a new life, even for those who seem impossibly stuck in an alcohol addiction.
Massey’s touching memoir begins with stories from her early childhood and how they impacted her. Raised in a broken, abusive family with many members who also struggled with alcohol addictions, it was only a matter of time before alcohol would ensnare her, too. Eventually her addiction came to a point where it took away what mattered most in her life, her children. Life seemed empty and meaningless.
Most Americans know someone who has been deeply affected by alcohol. Their lives are often broken, and recovery seems nearly impossible. However, Massey describes that after her failing attempts at sobriety, she discovered that she was unable to put her life back together on her own; she needed something or someone who was bigger than she was.
At her lowest point, Massey encountered love in a way that she never had. God met her in her brokenness and led her out of it. She found hope and purpose for life and began to live again. Because of God’s grace, she was able to recover and start a new life with a new identity. She truly became Anonymous No More.
Readers will cry and rejoice with Massey as she leads them through her journey. Easy to relate to, readers will identify with her struggles and find hope in her triumph. Massey believes that nothing is irredeemable and that recovery is possible for everyone. Her experience may not have looked like she expected, but it was what she needed.
Anonymous No More provides an honest look at the devastation that alcoholism can bring, but it also offers a taste of the sweetness that freedom from addiction brings. Massey proves that no one is too far gone to be redeemed. There is always hope.