By James P. Moss, M.D.
5.5 x 8 inches
Published November 2022
Self-Help / Substance Abuse & Addictions
This book will support you and serve as your companion on the Recovery journey
James P. Moss, M.D. has been on the road to Recovery for the past 25 years. Along the way, he has picked up a treasure trove of timeless wisdom -- snippets of advice and guidance collected from group meetings, sponsors, and others along his path -- that offered him focused support as he was confronted by or coping with a specific issue or subject. Here, Moss has assembled all of these helpful ideas into a single, alphabetical and easy-to-reference volume for others to use in their own moments of struggle on their journey to Recovery.
"A wonderfully organized, inspirational and uplifting tool that immediately helps you focus meaningfully on the issue at hand." --Bryant A. Stamford, Ph.D.
Includes over 400 topics, arrange in alphabetical order to help you find the exact guidance you need.
About the Author
Dr. James Moss is from rural eastern Kentucky. After receiving his doctorate at the University of Louisville and surgical training at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Louisville, he practiced general and advanced laparoscopic surgery for 27 years.
Dr. Moss is recognized for his innovation and leadership in his specialty and profession. His extensive clinical experience includes invention of the Moss T-tube, which became a standard for biliary tract surgery in many universities and hospitals. He was the first surgeon in the English-speaking world to describe the removal without reoperation of a gallstone left behind after surgery. He also devised a laparoscopic classification for hernia, presented in London, England.
Dr. Moss has served as a guest lecturer at surgical grand rounds at Harvard University and as a guest faculty member at Yale University. He is certified by the American Board of Surgery, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and a member of numerous honorary and professional societies. He has published original medical data and holds medical patents, as well.
In the introduction to My Recovery Companion, Dr. Moss describes how Recovery became an essential part of his life.