Addict in the house : a no-nonsense family guide through addiction & recovery / Robin Barnett, EDD, LCSW.

By: Barnett, Robin [author.]
Material type: TextTextDescription: viii, 190 pages ; 23 cmISBN: 9781626252608; 1626252602Subject(s): Substance abuse | Substance abuse -- Treatment | Addicts -- Family relationships | CodependencyDDC classification: 362.29 LOC classification: HV4999.2 | .B67 2016
Contents:
Understanding addiction -- Addicts' behavior -- and your own -- Communication -- Setting strong boundaries -- Treatment options -- Supporting your loved one's recovery -- Healing family relationships -- The teenage addict -- Toward healthy independence -- Recovery for life -- Appendix: The 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Summary: When there's an addict in the family, you may find yourself in a codependent role: trying so hard to keep your loved one alive, out of jail, or emotionally appeased that you actually prevent them from realizing they need help. Barnett offers a step-by-step guide to dealing with a loved one's addiction, coping with the emotional hurdles of having an addicted family member, and making informed decisions on how to best help them-- and yourself.
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Understanding addiction -- Addicts' behavior -- and your own -- Communication -- Setting strong boundaries -- Treatment options -- Supporting your loved one's recovery -- Healing family relationships -- The teenage addict -- Toward healthy independence -- Recovery for life -- Appendix: The 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.

When there's an addict in the family, you may find yourself in a codependent role: trying so hard to keep your loved one alive, out of jail, or emotionally appeased that you actually prevent them from realizing they need help. Barnett offers a step-by-step guide to dealing with a loved one's addiction, coping with the emotional hurdles of having an addicted family member, and making informed decisions on how to best help them-- and yourself.

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