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"Mom, I came home to die"
Finally a resource that those offers reasonable and easy to digest explanations for the loved ones of addicts! This easy to read, enjoyable resource is sure to reach millions of suffering families and promote change in how professionals are educating the family members who are often forgotten.
Understanding how millions of America's children, of all ages, are dying becomes undeniable in The Parent's Handbook to Addiction. Knowing that addiction has intensified to epidemic proportions, it is clear that this book is long overdue.
Being aware that Legislatures are beginning to enact laws to regulate pill distribution in a response to the increasing illegal drug traffic, this is the right time to read The Parent's Handbook to Addiction. By joining the researchers who are digging deeper into the brain, searching for answers to this epidemic, The Parent's Handbook to Addiction sheds insight into easy to digest explanation.
Having indisputable proof that parents and loved ones are asking why their child died from addiction and live terrorized with questions like "What more could I have done"? The Parent's Handbook to Addiction explains what happens when a child's brain becomes prey to the disease of addiction. Armed with this knowledge, the world becomes accountable to change and the parents begin to understand.
Up until now, hundreds of questions went unanswered. Questions like "How does a family, ravaged by the disease of addiction, survive the isolation caused by the lack of resources available in today's society" becomes a moot point when The Parent's Handbook to Addiction proves that this epidemic is a societal responsibility.
By contemplating what happens when parents and loved ones become conditioned to silence due to the misnomer that they failed as parents, a stark truth becomes clear. The truth is that the parents didn't fail, the world has. This truth, and many others, resonate in The Parent's Handbook to Addiction.
Hope and solution begin to gain ground when The Parent's Handbook to Addiction begins to shed light on how a family can surrender to the helplessness and stop battling with one another.
This book enables the reader to understand that it is no longer necessary to protect the secrets that bind them to the disease of addiction. The Parent's Handbook to Addiction is sure to be a comfort and a gift to all who read it.
Arriving right on time, first time author Carol Anne Savage answers these questions and more in The Parent's Handbook to Addiction (200 pp., tpb $19.95). This is a well crafted, easy to read guide for parents and loved ones facing the isolating and devastating reality that it really did happen to them and what to do about it.
This is a fantastic resource packed with easy to read tips and an overall wisdom that is written with an expertise that will be well received by large audiences and help many.
Author Carol Anne Savage is a licensed mental health counselor with a wealth of life experience that has rendered her a force to reckon with in the field of addiction. She speaks with the heart of a mother who refuses to accept the myths and lack of resources surrounding societies current approach to addiction. She moves with a directness in her full frontal assault on the lack of information available to the loved ones of addicts.