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MU173: Mary Ann Stenquist | Become Unshoppable: Find The Money To Fund The Life You Want—With The Money You Have

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Overcoming Mediocrity


Patricia Marie Larsen

Patricia Larsen is 61 years old. She has been married for 44 years – since high school graduation at 18 in 1979. Her first daughter was born in 1980, and her second daughter was born five years later in 1985. Patricia and her husband purchased their first home in 1985. At that point, motivated by life circumstances, she began a journey of personal growth and achievement. She first obtained her real estate license and worked as a successful realtor for several years. This was followed by several jobs that involved working on a personal level with individuals. She later received a certificate, state license, associate degree, and finally, a bachelor’s degree. This allowed her to work professionally in the field of human services and addiction counseling. Based on a recommendation of a close friend who had contributed to the Overcoming Mediocrity book series, she became very interested in also telling her story. Patricia wanted to share with other women, her children, and grandchildren the importance of raising awareness regarding addiction. This project is important on many different levels. It allows her to share the devasting and sabotaging impact that substance abuse can have on many lives. It affects not only the person using it but also all others involved. This allows her to plant a seed for those who may be struggling with substance abuse themselves or their loved ones.      


Patricia Marie Larsen    


My Story

The Many Triumphs of Recovery and Healing         

This is an insightful story of a true-life experience on the impact of addiction on individuals and their family members and friends. It provides simple tips that can improve the lives of any person involved with addiction and recovery. This details the importance of knowledge and support for both the addict and their loved ones. It heightens the awareness that addiction is not a choice. It is a disease that can be brought to a remissive state. The process is a definite struggle. However, it can be overcome by the individual with accountability, guidance, intervention, and love.


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