Understanding Drugs and Drug Addiction Treatment to Recovery and Real Accounts of Ex-Addicts The Complete Book Edition
Gain a better understanding of the oppressive drug world, which has transformed and adversely affected so many lives. This book gives an in-depth look at why individuals turn to drugs, what happens chemically, signs and symptoms, intervention strategies, treatments, recovery and so much more. Additionally, the real stories submitted by ex-addicts (and loved ones of ex-addicts) demonstrates the power of substance abuse. These stories will take you through their journey from life before drugs to its damaging effects and its after-effects. Understanding Drugs and Drug Addiction. Notice to Listeners: Please be advised that this book contains true stories regarding specific drugs, as well as all facets about drug use and recovery. The author of this book, Taylor S. Jensen, has also written a summarized version of Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions. The pertinent information has been condensed into six different volumes regarding six particular drugs. He has also collected real stories from real people involving their addiction to drugs. These volumes include methamphetamines, prescription drugs, cocaine, marijuana, heroin and alcohol. These smaller books are broken down into a series. Thus, if you are looking for a more condensed summary on one particular drug, please look for that volume by author, Taylor S. Jensen. Volume I: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addiction - Complete Book Edition Volume II: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions (Methamphetamines) Volume III: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions (Prescription Drugs) Volume IV: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions (Cocaine) Volume V: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions (Marijuana) Volume VI: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions (Heroin) Volume VII: Understanding Drugs and Drug Addictions (Alcohol)
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Awful narrative! He sounds like an automated system, literally as if he is a robot. The content of the book is for beginners. It may be helpful if this is the first time you delve into addiction but it is NOT helpful as a resource for substance abuse counselors.
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