Books in category Self-Help – Substance Abuse & Addictions

  • Trafficking in Drug Users

    Trafficking in Drug Users
    James Ralph Beniger

    This book, first published in 1984, explores the way in which these diverse sectors coordinate the control of deviance in a complex society.

  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism
    Ann M. Manzardo, Donald W. Goodwin, Jan L. Campbell, Elizabeth C. Penick, Gabrielli Jr.

    This fourth edition, written by a group of Dr Goodwin's former colleagues, whilst retaining much of Dr Goodwin's original material, offering his unique perspective on alcoholism.

  • Flying Drunk

    Flying Drunk
    Joseph Balzer

    July 26, 1990 – present: Joe Balzer fights for redemption and to regain all that he has lost. Flying Drunk is his story. Since he was a young boy, Joe Balzer dreamed of flying.

  • The Chemistry of Joy

    The Chemistry of Joy
    Henry Emmons, MD, Rachel Kranz

    Argues that medication alone is insufficient to treat depression, and draws on eastern and western approaches that address depression as a symptom of chemical imbalances that can be treated psychologically, spiritually, and physically …

  • Recovering My Kid

    Recovering My Kid
    Joseph Lee

    Explains the nature of youth substance abuse and treatment, providing information about how a safe and supportive environment can be created for those recovering from addiction.

  • A Pot of Coffee and a Resentment

    A Pot of Coffee and a Resentment
    Dana Sharp

    A Pot of Coffee and a Resentment: The Committee in My Head Is Now in Session details Sharp's journey to surrender and become willing to live life on life's terms.

  • Hooked Secrets and Highs of a Sober Addict

    Hooked – Secrets and Highs of a Sober Addict
    Melinda Ferguson

    Simple: stayingclean. Melinda Ferguson follows the powerful drug memoir Smacked with this brutally honest account of her post-addiction addictions – from self-help fads, to Oprah, to 12 step meetings, to men, to Facebook.

  • Pain Free Living for Drug Free People

    Pain Free Living for Drug Free People
    Marvin Seppala, David Martin

    How can they use effective pain medications without triggering a relapse? Pain-Free Living for Drug-Free People is an information-packed guide to pain management in recovery and other issues related to pain control and addiction.

  • The Book That Started It All

    The Book That Started It All
    Anonymous

    The Book That Started It All offers fresh insights into the history and foundation of the revolutionary Alcoholics Anonymous program.

  • Beyond the Tears

    Beyond the Tears
    Lynn C. Tolson

    I wrote this book because I feel that housekeeping is more than a daily chore.

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