New Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders Written by a Recovering Debtor Published

Daily readers are a mainstay of support for those in recovery from addiction. This new offering is written by a recovering compulsive debtor and spender.

Online PR News – 19-May-2015 – Wellington, Florida – Over spending, compulsive shopping, and uncontrolled debting have been identified as addictions that afflict millions of people. Studies show that as many as 10% of the U.S. population, approximately 32 million people, share these debilitating problems and experience the demoralizing shame that accompanies the behavior.

Since 2012, Susan B.’s blog, "Getting Out from Going Under," has provided guidance and support for thousands of compulsive debtors and spenders. Now, this local author has published a new, and much needed, resource to help them recover -- the "Getting Out from Going Under Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders."

The daily reader format, in which the addicted person reads one inspirational passage a day, every day of the year, is a tried and true vehicle for helping alcoholics, drug addicts, compulsive overeaters and others with similar problems stay sober, one day at a time.

Unfortunately, there has been no official daily reader published by Debtors Anonymous. This book will fill that void. The "Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders" will be an invaluable aid to those in recovery as well as for anyone seeking help with these issues.

Filled with 366 individual readings that contain practical tips, inspiration, and a thought for each day, the "Daily Reader" will encourage and motivate readers to stay on the path of recovery.

The print edition is available on worldwide and The ebook is available in multiple formats, including Kindle, ePub, and MOBI, and can be purchased on sites such as,, Google Play, FlipKart, and as an Overdrive digital library book.

About the Author

“Susan B.” is a grateful, recovering compulsive debtor and spender living in Wellington, FL. She has paid off over $22,000 of her $34,000 credit card debt and has not incurred any new debt since 2009. Despite becoming disabled in 2010, she credits her recovery program, and the ideas and concepts in this book, for enabling her to continue to live within her means and pay down her debt.

Susan maintains anonymity by using her first name and last initial as her pseudonym, in keeping with the 12-step tradition of anonymity at the “level of press, radio, and television.”

[Please note: The “Getting Out from Going Under Daily Reader for Compulsive Debtors and Spenders” is not an official Debtors Anonymous publication nor is it endorsed by Debtors Anonymous. It is the work and opinion of one person who is recovering from compulsive debting and spending, one day at a time.]