A refreshing take on navigating addictions and low self-worth. For 45 years, Jason Wittman has been teaching his clients practical solutions to life's problems.
These solutions will guide you away from self-sabotaging behavior patterns and toward the change you seek.
Very incisive and to the point. Great reading for anyone in recovery. “Designing Your Great Life” made clear to me that my ideas about self-improvement have been somewhat vague. One thing I got out of the book was a more immediate and focused approach to the issues I need to address to improve my own happiness. For me, going forward, thanks to the book I learned about my inner and outer environments, and how important it is that they be positive and nurturing. I certainly recommend this book for anyone wanting to dig deeper into what they really need to think about and do in order to stay in recovery and have a happy sobriety.”
~ Daniel Benton, screenwriter in recovery
Wittman’s book is an in-depth study into the world of addiction and it’s inextricable link to issues of self-esteem. He provides numerous easy to understand concepts and exercises, that have been developed from both his personal and professional experiences spanning over fifty years. Exercises that, when practiced, can buttress the positive effects of a 12-step program.
Certainly worthwhile reading for the clinical healthcare worker, addiction recovery specialist, as well as the individual seeking additional support in their own journey of personal recovery, Jason Wittman’s Designing Your Great Life, is highly recommended reading.
~ Gary P, Retired University Professor
Make no mistake – this journey is not for the faint of heart, that why it is so important to have a community and a coach to help you. But Jason’s book gives your guideposts all along the way. This book is so comprehensive, that you could use it forever and not extract all its value. Keep in mind that this is a journey of a lifetime that each of us are on.
~ Anna Fussell, MA, Author of Ride the Wild Dragon & Sounding One’s Song, Shame, Self-Esteem, Creativity and Spirituality; Psychosynthesis Guide