Best Addiction and Recovery Books That Will Make You Feel Capable of Change
Addiction is one of the most widely used term in modern arena. Teenagers, adults, even older ones get addicted on several objects. Friends and family suffers most for them, which create an impact on whole country. So for everyone's goodness, we all should help them to the process of recovery by which they can turn their life well and live peacefully. Here your will get some of the books of Addiction and Recovery which will help you to understand and take proper steps how to get rid of addiction and make possible the process of recovery.
Integral Recovery: A Revolutionary Approach to the Treatment of Alcoholism and Addiction is the most comprehensive book you will get on the treatment of addiction. Profound, insightful and address the issues of addiction in all quadrants. It advocates an ongoing, holistic program of recovery. It is for those who are currently in recovery and looking for a way to shift their recovery into a higher gear.
This book offers:
- Brilliant ideas about the mind and substance abuse recovery.
- An illuminating and inspiring map to the path of recovery.
- Life changing practices that initiate the addict on a journey of healing and transformation.
Profound principles to guide you through life. Believable Hope: Five Essential Elements To Beat Any Addiction is not only for people struggling with addiction but for all of us as we meet the daily challanges of life. This is a lifeline for people battling addiction, providing a fresh sense of hope for those who love them. The book follows the usual format of self-help steps interspersed with the testimonial of the author.
This book will help you:
- How to recognize triggers and warning signs.
- How to face temptation and deal with cravings.
- How to develop an action plan for recovery.
- Real life examples and lessons.
Recovery And Renewal: Your Essential Guide To Overcoming Dependency And Withdrawal From Sleeping Pills, Other 'Benzo' Tranquilllisers And Antidepressants, anyone can assume what type of book this is. The name say it all. This
book is an absolute Must Read for anyone that is either trying to or
already has come off of sleeping pills, benzodiazepines, or
antidepressant medications. This book provides strategies for those suffering through withdrawal
from a realistic, incredibly compassionate, and no-nonsense perspective. This is a
very positive and uplifting book for people starting to get off a drug,
for caregivers, counselors, teachers, and doctors to understand what a
person goes through when withdrawing from a Benzo drug, Z drug, or
tranquilizer because it is not the same as alcohol or street drugs. The author
writes with a unique sense of hope and optimism, giving the reader a
sense of reassurance of his or her eventual recovery.
High Price: A Neuroscientist’s Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and Society is a fascinating combination of memoir, social science and public policy. It blows apart the most common myths about drugs and their impact on society. Absolute essential reading for anyone in the field of addiction studies and for those tasked with creating or reforming current ineffective and destructive drug policy and racism.
This books includes:
- Scenes of deprivation and violence.
- Calm analysis of
historical data and laboratory results.
- Eye-opening, absorbing, complex story of scientific achievement in the face of overwhelming odds.
- New light on common ideas about race, poverty, and drugs.
The New York Times Bestseller, Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction, offers a radical and groundbreaking deeper insight, arguing that addictions are learning disorders and shows how seeing the condition this way can untangle our current debates over treatment, prevention and policy. It is very
accessible and provides an intelligible review of the science
supporting the concept of addiction as a developmental learning disorder. It is
refreshing to hear the authors story and her use of statistics and a
very new way of loooking at abuse / addiction through a developmental
model are not only helpful, but hopeful.
The New York Times Bestseller, Chasing The Scream is the perfect antidote to the war on drugs, one of
the most under-discussed moral injustices of modern time. It combines
rigorous research and deeply human story-telling. It will prompt an
urgently-needed debate. Additionally, you'll learn through detailed analysis that much of what you think you know about addiction is wrong. This book contains good
stories, compelling arguments, and powerful facts (all fact-checked by
the author and editors, with over 65 pages of notes, and a website with
actual audio tapes of the interviews for those who want more).
Beautiful Boy: A Father's Journey Through His Son's Addiction is a self serving dribble of a book. This book is raw and emotional and describes the hell addiction puts everyone involved through. If you or
your loved one is battling addiction this book may help you remember you
are not alone and there is help and many who care. If you want to learn
more about this disease of addiction, this story is raw and personal
and you will shed some tears for what this family endures and how love
is not only a book about addiction; it's a book about hope. It lets
people know that addiction can be prevented. And even if one does
succumb to addiction, that there are ways to treat the disease and for
people to get clean and stay clean. As a
parent that sits on both sides of the fence, fierce advocate for my son
and many other families struggling with this lifelong chronic illness.
As a counselor who works in both mental health and addiction treatment
services this book is a landmark of information and insight.
This book includes:
- America on drugs.
- Why we use.
- When drug use escalates
- Getting clean
- Staying clean
- Treating a chronic illness
- Ending Addiction
We All Fall Down: Living With Addiction is a must read for those who need a better understanding for addict behavior. It gives
you a better understanding on what works and doesn't work when dealing
with an addict. Even if you don't have an addict close to you, it is
still a good read. Its a
great example of how addiction can affect people, how many good people
end up on that path to inevitable darkness but there is always hope to
turn it around.
This book helps us to understand the addiction and recovery process. It combines a lifetime of personal and professional experience dealing with this issue in a practical and highly personal overview. This is not only for families of addicts and alcoholics looking for answers,
but for anyone who has been intrigued by irrational compulsions and
wondered how recovery takes place. It is considered as one of the top five recovery books for families and it is widely used by treatment programs throughout the country.
This book delivers:
- Why a person doesn't have to hit rock-bottom before getting help.
- When helping is actually hurting.
- Why quitting is not the same as recovering.
- How to deal with a relapse.
- How to receive 50 percent or more off the cost of treatment.
- Why a parent would leave their child due to their addiction.
- Why effective intervention doesn't have to be a surprise attack.