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eBook Contrary to Love
Helping the Sexual Addict
This resource identifies the stages and progression of sex addiction, including assessment, intervention, and treatment methods. It also covers family structure, bonding, boundaries, and recovery topics.
How to Help Someone Who Doesn't Want Help
Vernon Johnson, creator of the Johnson Model of intervention, describes the process that has successfully motivated thousands of chemically dependent people to accept help. A classic in addiction literature.
eBook Almost Anorexic
Is My (or My Loved One's) Relationship with Food a Problem?
Many suffer from the effects of anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder, but most never address the issue because they don't fully meet the diagnostic criteria. If this is the case for you, then you may be what we call "almost anorexic."
eBook It's Not Okay to Be a Cannibal
How to Keep Addiction from Eating Your Family Alive
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy your Barnes and Noble eBooks Buy your iBook at iTunesHaving helped thousands of families confront addiction, two of the nation's leading interventionists, Robert Poznanovich and Andrew T. Wainwright, have created a survival guide for families. With compelling case histories and real-life scenarios, the authors set forth a practical course…
eBook You Need Help!
A Step-by-Step Plan to Convince a Loved One to Get Counseling
Through a rich combination of user-friendly tools and real-life stories, Mark S. Komrad, M.D., offers you step-by-step guidance and support as you take the courageous step of helping a friend who might not even recognize that he or she is in need.
eBook Almost a Psychopath
Do I (or Does Someone I Know) Have a Problem with Manipulation and Lack of Empathy?
Ronald Schouten, MD, JD, and James Silver, JD, draw on scientific research and their own experiences to help you identify whether you or a loved one are "almost psychopath," or someone who falls in the spectrum between normal health and the full-blwon medical condition.
eBook Almost Addicted
Is My (or My Loved One's) Drug Use a Problem?
Most people who abuse illegal drugs don't fit the image of the dysfunctional, hustling addict who can't fit into normal society.But according to J. Wesley Boyd, MD, of Harvard Medical School, and Eric Metcalf, MPH, a large percentage of drug users are "almost addicted," or experience negative consequences from their use but fall short of meeting the diagnostic criteria for substance…
eBook Almost Depressed
A Memoir of Schizophrenia
There is a place between ordinary sadness and diagnosed clinical depression called "almost depression." Through engaging case studies told with professional insight, Jefferson B. Prince, MD, and Shelly Carson, PhD, draw from the latest clinical research to offer step-by-step guidance for making positive changes to help alleviate and reverse "almost depression."
eBook Almost Anxious
Is My (or My Loved One's) Worry or Distress a Problem?
It's only human to worry about problems in our lives -- but for some, obsessing for weeks and months or avoiding social situations due to feelings of panic can become regular habits. In Almost Anxious, Luana Marques, PhD describes the spectrum of these symptoms, from normal situational anxiety on one end to a full-blown diagnosable anxiety disorder on the other.
eBook Navigating Grace
A Solo Voyage of Survival and Redemption
An intensely personal testimony to calling on the power of grace in our darkest hours, Jeff's is a beautifully written tale of far-fetched dreams, desperate prayers, and those miraculous moments that change our lives forever.
eBook Almost Alcoholic
Is My (or My Loved One's) Drinking a Problem?
A great majority of drinkers are what Dr. Doyle and Dr. Nowinski call "Almost Alcoholics," a growing number of people whose excessive drinking contributes to a variety of problems in their lives. This book gives you the tools to identify and assess your or a loved one's patterns of alcohol use and make informed decisions about next steps.