Books tagged: alcoholic families

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Why Don't They Just Quit? What families and friends need to know about addiction and recovery.
By Chaplain Joe Herzanek
Price: $7.97 USD. Words: 69,690. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
This award-winning book covers critical topics: - Why a person does not have to hit rock-bottom - When helping is actually hurting - How to deal with a relapse - Why effective intervention doesn't have to be a surprise attack Achieve the peace of mind that comes from knowing what works, what doesn't and why. Why Don't They JUST QUIT? provides the answers you're looking for.
Children from Alcoholic Families
By Waln Brown
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 3,980. Language: English. Published: January 5, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
The early identification and treatment of children from alcoholic families is a challenge for everybody who works with or cares about the future of children. The information contained in this publication attempts to meet this crucial challenge. The application of this information can make an important difference in determining the effects of alcoholism on children from alcoholic families.
Horncastle's Suitcase
By Graeme Horncastle
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 106,510. Language: English. Published: April 24, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
My life growing up on the West Coast NZ in a poor farming family of 12. A quick paced read that takes you into my personal life- my alcoholic father, making do out of nothing, finding wealth in business, losing a daughter to cancer, attempted suicide, depression, alcoholism, and coming back out the other side to an amazing family and supportive friends. Still here and I want to make a difference.
Familiar
By Carol Ratchenski
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 80,650. Language: English. Published: July 2, 2013. Category: Fiction
Christina and her little brother Davey tiptoe around their troubled, charming mother, while they carve themselves a history, an identity, finally a future. Kids are great observers of information; they are also terrible interpreters. Over six years and many broken hearts, Christina writes her mother’s story, reminding us that even drunk, narcissistic mothers have magic to teach their children.