This is me, working at the dining room table. cool stamps, oui?

 

Rehab didn't work for Michelle. Find out what did.

The simple act of reaching out ... we think that asking for help would be weak, right? Or would indicate cluelessness.

Even in a teeny tiny way, sending an email can make a difference. It can begin to tell your brain that you mean business and that you’re going to bring in reinforcements.

Try this.

I've written this case-study about Michelle, she went to rehab, it didn't work for her, and then she created her own sober plan and now she's 200+ days sober.

This case-study is a paper thing. Not electronic. Something you can carry around with you. Reread. Physically hold in your hands.

I'd like to send this case study to you in the mail (it's free of course). You do the teeny reaching out by sending me an email. You can enter your mailing address in this little form here.

Envelope from me will be plain, nothing weird. Nice colourful  stamps. Mailed direct from me in Vermont.

[Note: Your eyes will scan back and read this again. You think “she gets too many messages, she won’t read it, I can’t tell anyone, I can't get mail, this won’t help, she won't even send it.” Your brain will say shit like that. Send me your mailing address anyway.]


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from kim: "I did this. It came with pretty stamps as promised, and I was too scared to read it for a couple of days. I finally read it, put it away, read it again. It was there to help me when I was ready, and now I'm on day 212. Thank you so much, Belle. I'm more of a lurker than a writer, but I want you to know how you investing in some stamps literally changed my life. All my love, Kim."

Francis (day 25): "I came home to a nice little envelope from you yesterday with Michelle's Story. I think it's awesome. Everyone loves getting mail that isn't a bill, and it was—for lack of a better term—a touch point, a connection to a real person outside the keyboard. Sometimes those are nice."







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