January 11, 2016

Guest Book

Want to leave a comment, sharing your strength & hope? Feel free to sign the Intimate Recovery Guest Book. Stay tuned to see names and comments here as they come in!

31 thoughts on “Guest Book

  • Overcoming an addiction is definitely one of the hardest things a human can do, but Michael has gone even further by writing out his thoughts, emotions, and more as he shares his stories and demons with us. I cannot wait for this book to come out, as I am sure it will be an inspirational read and a great anecdote peering into the life of a recovered person. Thank you for sharing your words with us, Mike!

  • I can’t wait to read this book I am so proud to see how far you have come in 3 years and I know you will touch a lot of people with this book, love you

  • I’m so excited to read the finished book! Keep up the good work. You have lots of supporters, and you’ll be providing support to so many others in the future.

  • One of the realest people I have ever met and glad to call him a close friend! Mike is a genuine, loving, caring, strong, inspirational person and I am very very excited to read this book! xoxo

  • Excited to read a book that’s sure to be inspirational and heart felt! To be able to share one’s hardships can only help those around us fighting their own battles. Way to go, Mike

  • As addiction is something my family has dealt with, I am extremely excited to not only read the book, but pass it along to others. Having the talent to articulate ones thoughts is something few share, and Mike truly owns it. Intimate recovery, ask about it. .

  • I am so very proud of you. You have come a long way Michael and the future will be bright for you. Keep up the good work and stay strong.
    I love you and can’t wait to read your book.

  • We are all so proud of all your accomplishments. Tom and I can’t wait to read your book.I know you are going to help so many people and you will make such a difference to all of us.

  • As I spoke to when I was up there, I believed and still do, that you would would be successful. My daughter Vicky was a drunk for 25 years, now close to 4 years on the sunny side of the street, as she puts. Keep going

  • Congratulations. I have long believed that addiction is a disease and those suffering from it should be treated with the same compassion and sympathy as someone suffering from virtually any other disease. Much continued success in your recovery.

  • Such an amazing accomplishment Mike! I hope your book touches many lives and is an inspiration to others! Congrats on 3 years 🙂

  • This is awesome that you wrote a book about your addiction and recovery, I can’t wait to read it, congratulations on the 3 years so proud of you!!! Love you mike

  • Honestly, I have known your for a short time but I am very excited for you and your book and I can’t wait to get it and read it. Great inspiration on many levels.

  • Hi Mike. Here I am as your other Dad I wish you a wonderful success. Hope others find help in it and live Gide for there trupled circumstance. I had sisters and other family members what had turned in that addiction. Some of them had just made it back and had recreated a new life. It is hard to see when a trupled person doesent find there ways out. So in this words I wish you again the best Mike and stay the way you are.
    I can’t wait to eat wild salat with you and pick greens.
    Just to enjoy life what is so precious and yet easy to lose.
    Love Joschi.

  • Mike you are a great friend you have always been there for me thru my struggles with addiction. I have watched you grow and overcome and you are an inspiration to me and my recovery . It means so much to have good people in your life when going thru hard times. I am so thankful to have you in mine, so happy for you .

  • Have you ever dealt with an addiction? Whether it’s you, a friend, or a family member, one way or another the situation gets ugly. To make this story short, Michael Dadourian was one of my club promoters back in the day. I didn’t know he was an addict at the time. We became friends, and Mike even came to my wedding. We also had a huge falling out. There was even a time that I almost had to whoop his ass just to prove a point. Luckily it didn’t have to come to that. Time went by. He sobered up, he apologized like a man to me and we patched things up. Needless to say, years have gone by and I consider Mike D a great friend of mine. And to anyone that’s ever dealt with an addiction whether it’s you, a friend, or a family member, this book “INTIMATE RECOVERY” is a definite good read.

    Congrats Mike! I’m proud of you brother!

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