The Drug Addict Pattern [NOOK Book]

Overview

It seems that Society blames the parents of the drug addict for his feebleness in life. In this short article you will not find any sympathy for the drug addict for we deal with the real victims which are the abused parents. It shows you how to spot a drug addict in your home for they all manifest the same pattern which is impossible to hide. We answer the legal questions which go with drug abuse and give practical advice on what to do. It is ...

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The Drug Addict Pattern

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Overview

It seems that Society blames the parents of the drug addict for his feebleness in life. In this short article you will not find any sympathy for the drug addict for we deal with the real victims which are the abused parents. It shows you how to spot a drug addict in your home for they all manifest the same pattern which is impossible to hide. We answer the legal questions which go with drug abuse and give practical advice on what to do. It is not fiction.

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Addicts strive on misguided sympathy (which is why I have none to give) and play that card as much as possible. We have a saying in law that you cannot claim the courts sympathy as an orphan after you killed your parents. Same thing here. You take the drugs knowingly and willingly and keep on doing so and then want sympathy? Everyone must now feel sorry for you! Bit ridiculous is it not?

Unfortunately not in our modern liberal Society! Most charities (all long haired liberals by nature) are only concerned with the poor addict. They offer zero assistance for the parents and loved once and condemn them as bad parents. That is absolute nonsense in most cases I dealt with. As said, I wrote this briefing for the parents and the loved ones and the need for it is great.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044239913
  • Publisher: Jacobus Kotze
  • Publication date: 1/9/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 17,957
  • File size: 272 KB

Meet the Author

K is a legal professional with more than 20 year's legal & security experience in South Africa & Nigeria. He obtained his B Iuris & LLB in 1997 from the University of the Orange Free State (Bloemfontein, South Africa) and was an admitted attorney in the High Court of South Africa between 1998 and 2006 after which he worked as legal advisor for various companies in South Africa and Nigeria. Before that he was a member of the South African Police for six years where he was awarded the South African Police Medal for Combating Terrorism twice.Professionally K is the owner of JKLS Africa, an exclusive legal consultancy specialising in legal risk reduction in African jurisdictions based in South Africa and a frequent speaker on legal forensics on Voice of America. His favourite pastime is Military History and particularly the American Civil War which he finds much less boring than law.He is a widower with a ten year old son from a previous marriage.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2013

    Sober

    On page 21 there is something very important that even sober peoplr are still addicts if i toch one drug or alcohol i will fall into full blow addition again causd i still have urges

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2014

    Excellent words of wisdom

    First I wish to say to the author I am so sorry to read of the untimely loss of your beloved American Patriot.

    Second, I wish to say that this is an excellent short book for family members of teens taking illicit drugs in particular. Although the author writes from the perspective of a practical and logical Afrikaner, his wisdom can easily be applied elsewhere in the world.

    I highly recommend this book.

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