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Understanding addiction is the only way to help a drug addict overcome their problem. This book helps you not only understand addicts and their behaviors, but also to identify and understand the triggers that make addicts continue to abuse drugs. Sections are divided into the four main types of addicts. At the end of each section you are given easy action steps you can use Understanding addiction is the only way to help a drug addict overcome their problem. This book helps you not only understand addicts and their behaviors, but also to identify and understand the triggers that make addicts continue to abuse drugs. Sections are divided into the four main types of addicts. At the end of each section you are given easy action steps you can use to speed up and ease the process of recovery for any addict. This book is for anyone who loves an addict. It was written by Christopher Martin, a former drug addict who was addicted to some of the worst drugs you can imagine for over a decade. He has seen things firsthand that no doctor or addiction specialist will ever know about. If you've spent your time worrying about an addict, trying to help them with rehab, detox and interventions this book is for you. The truth is, most of the things taught in colleges and in treatment centers don't work. If they did work then rehab would not be the revolving door that it is. Treatment centers and specialists are not trained to help the root causes of drug and alcohol addiction. Most time addicts come out worse off than when they started. To beat addiction you need to understand what caused it, and what continues to trigger the addict's brain - they are not always the same thing. Addicts and alcoholics tend to only listen to other addicts and alcoholics. That's because they can understand and relate to each other. This book gives you the knowledge and experience to do the same. Now you can help the addict you love because you will know more about what they are going through, and how to stop it. This is a short, easy to read action plan that dives into the nitty gritty behaviors that drug addicts try to hide. Knowing and understanding these things gives you an advantage over addiction, which will help you callout your addict and make them understand what they are doing. Often addicts do not realize the things they do until it's too late. This book helps you put an end to that vicious cycle. If you love someone you feel like you are losing to drug addiction this book is for you. There is light at the end of the tunnel. There is a positive outcome waiting just around the corner for you. Take advantage of the real-world experience this author has to offer. Don't wait until it's too late. Don't let addiction carry someone you love even further down the wrong road. Get your copy now.


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Understanding addiction is the only way to help a drug addict overcome their problem. This book helps you not only understand addicts and their behaviors, but also to identify and understand the triggers that make addicts continue to abuse drugs. Sections are divided into the four main types of addicts. At the end of each section you are given easy action steps you can use Understanding addiction is the only way to help a drug addict overcome their problem. This book helps you not only understand addicts and their behaviors, but also to identify and understand the triggers that make addicts continue to abuse drugs. Sections are divided into the four main types of addicts. At the end of each section you are given easy action steps you can use to speed up and ease the process of recovery for any addict. This book is for anyone who loves an addict. It was written by Christopher Martin, a former drug addict who was addicted to some of the worst drugs you can imagine for over a decade. He has seen things firsthand that no doctor or addiction specialist will ever know about. If you've spent your time worrying about an addict, trying to help them with rehab, detox and interventions this book is for you. The truth is, most of the things taught in colleges and in treatment centers don't work. If they did work then rehab would not be the revolving door that it is. Treatment centers and specialists are not trained to help the root causes of drug and alcohol addiction. Most time addicts come out worse off than when they started. To beat addiction you need to understand what caused it, and what continues to trigger the addict's brain - they are not always the same thing. Addicts and alcoholics tend to only listen to other addicts and alcoholics. That's because they can understand and relate to each other. This book gives you the knowledge and experience to do the same. Now you can help the addict you love because you will know more about what they are going through, and how to stop it. This is a short, easy to read action plan that dives into the nitty gritty behaviors that drug addicts try to hide. Knowing and understanding these things gives you an advantage over addiction, which will help you callout your addict and make them understand what they are doing. Often addicts do not realize the things they do until it's too late. This book helps you put an end to that vicious cycle. If you love someone you feel like you are losing to drug addiction this book is for you. There is light at the end of the tunnel. There is a positive outcome waiting just around the corner for you. Take advantage of the real-world experience this author has to offer. Don't wait until it's too late. Don't let addiction carry someone you love even further down the wrong road. Get your copy now.

30 review for How To Understand and Help an Addict: Identifying and Understanding Your Addict's Behavior to Speed Up and Ease Recovery

  1. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Hogen

    Putting it in context I liked that this author got right to the point! He didn't espouse a bunch of scientific theory but rather spoke from experience and street knowledge. Speaks volumes. The book was short enough to read in one sitting and while not really providing 'a cure', it gave me a place to start in understanding my son's addiction and helping me identify which kind of addict we are dealing with. Putting it in context I liked that this author got right to the point! He didn't espouse a bunch of scientific theory but rather spoke from experience and street knowledge. Speaks volumes. The book was short enough to read in one sitting and while not really providing 'a cure', it gave me a place to start in understanding my son's addiction and helping me identify which kind of addict we are dealing with.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Luci Fortune

    A very quick read I was expecting more out of this book than is there. He states at the beginning that he's no doctor or specialist, but just simply a recovering addict. This book just scratched the surface. There's not a lot of "meat" to it. But I can appreciate his views and perspectives about the different types of addicts. I definitely see my addict as a "full-blown addict" and a "know it all" addict. A very quick read I was expecting more out of this book than is there. He states at the beginning that he's no doctor or specialist, but just simply a recovering addict. This book just scratched the surface. There's not a lot of "meat" to it. But I can appreciate his views and perspectives about the different types of addicts. I definitely see my addict as a "full-blown addict" and a "know it all" addict.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Great for someone who loves an addict As someone getting clean I read this and would point things out to my husband who is trying to understand how it got so bad. Now he knows more of why and how it happened, and he also knows how to stay a step ahead of me when he starts seeing the signs that could cause a relapse.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Katie Russell

    Quick Read I expected it to be longer & more in depth. Not bad information, quick & to the point. Good starting place for those learning about addicts or addictive behavior.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dotti Fuentez

    Great info Great information in a straight forward manner. I learned a lot from this book. Helping someone addicted is not easy but it is possible. Thanks!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Valarie Harris

    Very limited This book was very limited. It gave very few insights. Even the website for a free session is in existence any more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Donna Moriah Robertson

    Thanks This really helped me feel better with my decision to stick by husbands side when so many were telling me to kick him out. Make him work for forgiveness.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Crews

    Informative Everything written by the author I have seen in my daughter,so it helps me understand her better. A must read

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