Being a Drug Addictby James Craig
James Craig, M.D., had a thriving medical practice, a loving family, and a house becoming of his profession. And with all of this, it was not meant to last. At least not without change. A closer look revealed a body of lies and deceptions so engrained that he had nowhere to look but up as federal agents finally confronted Dr. Craig about false patients receiving controlled narcotics.
Dr. Craig leads readers through the tumultuous upbringing that set a pattern for addiction, and then finally through the knowledge and understanding he discovered that broke the chains of his past. James shows readers how to overcome the past and how to be rid of projections for the future that needlessly destroy them today. By revealing overlooked workings of the human psyche, he shows you how to live in the present. For James Craig it was Being a Drug Addict, but the lessons he has learned will help anyone struggling with addiction. Dr. Craig dares everyone to try the changes outlined in this book. There is nothing to lose but some hopelessness, misery, and pain.
James C. Craig, M.D. is a physician in private practice in Ellijay, Georgia, where he lives with his wife, Leslie, and son, Anderson. He received his undergraduate training at Emory University and medical school training at The Medical College of Georgia.
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