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Clean : overcoming addiction and ending America's greatest tragedy

저자: David Sheff
출판사: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.
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Author David Sheff offers a new paradigm for dealing with addiction based on cutting-edge research and stories of his own and other families' struggles with--and triumphs over--drug abuse.
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모든 저자 / 참여자: David Sheff
ISBN: 9780547848655 054784865X
OCLC 번호: 772100969
메모: "An Eamon Dolan book."
설명: xxii, 374 pages ; 24 cm
내용: America on drugs. This is your brain on drugs ; This is our nation on drugs --
Why we use. Everybody does it ; Helping kids grow up --
When drug use escalates. Use becomes abuse, and abuse becomes addiction ; Addicts aren't weak, selfish, or amoral--they're ill ; Don't deny addiction, don't enable it, and don't wait for an addict to hit bottom--he could die ; Intervention --
Getting clean. Finding treatment ; Detox --
Staying clean. Beginning treatment ; Primary treatment ; Treating drug problems with drugs ; Where does AA fit in? --
Treating a chronic illness. Treating dual diagnosis ; Relapse prevention --
Ending addiction. The future of prevention and treatment ; Fighting the right war --
The Clean paradigm in 12 steps --
Appendix : Just say know.
책임: David Sheff.

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The author of the No. 1 "New York""Times "bestseller "Beautiful Boy" offers a new paradigm for dealing with addiction based on cutting-edge research and stories of his own and other families'  더 읽기…

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""Clean" will change not only how you look at drug abuse, but also what you think should be done about it. This book is essential reading about one of our most important social problems." -- Eric 더 읽기…

 
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