Recover to Live: Kick Any Habit, Manage Any Addiction: Your Self-Treatment Guide to Alcohol, Drugs, Eating Disorders, Gambling, Hoarding, Smoking, Sex, and Porn

Recover to Live: Kick Any Habit, Manage Any Addiction: Your Self-Treatment Guide to Alcohol, Drugs, Eating Disorders, Gambling, Hoarding, Smoking, Sex, and Porn

by Christopher Kennedy Lawford
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Recover to Live: Kick Any Habit, Manage Any Addiction: Your Self-Treatment Guide to Alcohol, Drugs, Eating Disorders, Gambling, Hoarding, Smoking, Sex 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
KAS581 More than 1 year ago
I bought this book to better understand the struggles both of my adult children are going through in their compulsions with drugs and alcohol. This book gave me insight to their behaviors with these issues but more importantly, the issues that may have triggered this behavior in they're early lives. The expert advice Christopher has included in each compulsion is so helpful in better understanding these issues and, the references for possible support are invaluable, it gives hope to those who want to seek out help. Even though I am powerless in helping my kids I feel more able to cope with the situation and support them when they are willing to seek out help for themselves. Thank you Christopher for giving us hope and best of wishes to you, you have inspired many.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book seems worthwhile; it lacks the personal family story that made "Symptoms" so interesting. But Lawford is enouraging in his own worldly way. He recounts others' stories of difficulties, including those whose hoarding causes them troubles. The book doesn't contain as much expert testimony as one might think. The book could help both curious therapists and thos ewondering if they truly suffer from unfortunate addictions.
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