Craig Lewis

Craig Lewis

Craig's Story

I am happy to call Mexico home. I have lived here for nearly two years. I live and thrive as a survivor. I choose to make Limonada from the limones that life gave me.  I’ve authored numerous books on the topics of healing from trauma, developing effective methods of coping, spirituality & punk rock. 


I’ve been blessed to share my story of ‘Surviving the Impossible’ in 40 countries to date. Everything I do, I do, because  each and every day, I make the decision to be happy, to heal, to love, to thrive and to prosper.


I am a human liberation activist, punk rocker & public speaker, and I have a nearly incomprehensible, personal story of surviving the impossible. I tap into my experiences in order to support others in transforming their lives, for my name is Craig Lewis, and I will not allow my suffering to be wasted.  As you can appreciate; my time is best spent helping people who want to help themselves and who are ready to do the work. 


Craig’s newest book is appropriately titled ‘The Craig Lewis Guide to Surviving the Impossible.’


If you like what you have read here; we await your communication with open arms.

“You’re Crazy” 

Volume One

A 27 story 158-page anthology of Punk Rockers from around the world sharing their survivor and recovery stories.

 ‘Better Days – A Mental Health Recovery Workbook’ 


It is proven to be an effective support group format, and it is great for one-on-one use and personal introspection. 

Currently, the Better Days Workbook is available in 11 languages. Gratefully, this curriculum is part of peer specialist pieces of training in numerous countries throughout the world

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Better Days
J. Peters

BOOK REVIEW: Better Days by Craig Lewis (CPS)

Mr. Lewis dishes out recovery in fabulously palatable forward-thinking pieces of narration and encouragement

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Cover Stories
Craig Lewis

Undiagnosed (Part Two): Schizophrenia or Wicked Healing (East Coast Slang)

That is why I took all the pills; to make me better.

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Craig Lewis

Undiagnosed (Part One): Why Was I Given a Psychiatric Diagnosis?

My parents were taught that “love” was the same as “abuse”; and sadly, it has always been that way.

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