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We Didn't Raise Them This Way : Educating, Equipping, and Empowering Families to Manage Drug-Addicted Behaviors
by Joel Jakubowski




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Are you struggling with an addicted loved one? Feeling confused, exhausted, afraid, and hopeless? If so, you are not alone -and as thousands of families have already discovered, you and your family can find freedom First, you will need to be educated, equipped, and empowered to do so... This book is written in a way to captivate the reader with a straight forward, yet compassionate and transparent "behind the scenes" perspective of addiction - as written by a person who found freedom from the "deathstyle" of addiction. The goal is to educate, equip and empower families and loved ones of addicted persons to better understand what drives addiction, how to cope with addiction, and how to find personal resolve in the midst of addictive behavior. The author also provides a general overview of addiction and scope of the drug epidemic in this nation. This book will help those dealing with addicted loved ones to clearly understand the nature of addiction, its effect on the addicted, and its effect on the family and friends of the addicted. Topics include: the "career cycle" of addiction, common myths of addiction, "raising the bottom" and intervention. Information is also included on how to recognize common, unhealthy response patterns to the addicted loved one's behaviors and guidance for healthy responses. Further, this book provides an understanding of what demotivates and motivates resistant addicted loved ones to enter treatment. This book will also provide the information and inspiration for those dealing with an addicted loved one to not only navigate their way through the addictive behaviors, but to arrive at their own personal freedom

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Overview

Are you struggling with an addicted loved one? Feeling confused, exhausted, afraid, and hopeless? If so, you are not alone -and as thousands of families have already discovered, you and your family can find freedom First, you will need to be educated, equipped, and empowered to do so... This book is written in a way to captivate the reader with a straight forward, yet compassionate and transparent "behind the scenes" perspective of addiction - as written by a person who found freedom from the "deathstyle" of addiction. The goal is to educate, equip and empower families and loved ones of addicted persons to better understand what drives addiction, how to cope with addiction, and how to find personal resolve in the midst of addictive behavior. The author also provides a general overview of addiction and scope of the drug epidemic in this nation. This book will help those dealing with addicted loved ones to clearly understand the nature of addiction, its effect on the addicted, and its effect on the family and friends of the addicted. Topics include: the "career cycle" of addiction, common myths of addiction, "raising the bottom" and intervention. Information is also included on how to recognize common, unhealthy response patterns to the addicted loved one's behaviors and guidance for healthy responses. Further, this book provides an understanding of what demotivates and motivates resistant addicted loved ones to enter treatment. This book will also provide the information and inspiration for those dealing with an addicted loved one to not only navigate their way through the addictive behaviors, but to arrive at their own personal freedom


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  • ISBN-13: 9781721928644
  • ISBN-10: 1721928642
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: July 2018
  • Page Count: 126
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.27 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.39 pounds


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