How To Deal With An Addict: How To Cope With Drug Addicts And Coping With Substance Abusers (Coping With Alcoholism and Dealing With Substance Abuse Book 4)
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This book is designed to help you learn how to cope with addicts, alcoholics or substance abusers. Like most people, you are probably exhausted from trying to cope with all of the lies, arguments, anger, broken trust, stealing, manipulation and insane behaviors that accompany having a relationship with an addict.
Perhaps you have lost all hope for change and find yourself caught between loving who the substance abuser once was with all of your heart and hating the addict that they have become. At times, you may feel like you are on a wild rollercoaster ride of emotions with every intense mood swing that accompanies interacting with the substance abuser.
The author of “How To Deal With an Addict” has helped tens of thousands of people all over the world learn how to cope with alcoholics, addicts and substance abusers, and he can help you too.
Your situation is not hopeless, so don’t give up!
Inside This Book About Coping With an Addict You Will Learn:
- how to love anyone unconditionally
- how to detach with love
- how to not be an enabler
- how to set boundaries
- how to not argue
- how to break the constant obsession
- how to not be a doormat
- how to find peace within that you are so desperately in need of
It doesn’t matter if the addict in your life is a friend, family member, co worker, spouse, girlfriend, boyfriend, prescription pill user, functioning alcoholic or hard core drug user, the life changing lessons that JC has compiled for you will have a positive impact on your life.
If you are sick and tired of arguing, being lied to, being abused, being blamed for everything, always taking second place to substance abuse, being treated like a doormat, and constantly obsessing over what the addict is or is not doing, then you are ready for the proven methods used when dealing with addicts found in this book.
Here are a few of the twenty seven lessons:
How To Set Ultimatums
How To Set Boundaries
How To Deal With Negativity
How To Communicate With The Addict
How To Detach
Support Group Meetings
Coping With Abusive Behavior
Breaking Free From Obsession
Dealing With Blame
Having An Alternate Plan
When reading this book, your time will not be wasted on learning useless textbook statistics about addiction.
NO! You will be learning proven methods for dealing with addicts from someone who has battled with addiction himself and won the fight. You will be learning from someone who has attended thousands of support group meetings designed to teach people how to stay clean and sober.
Additionally, the author has participated in thousands of support group meetings designed to help parents, spouses, friends and family members learn how to deal with an addict.
Most addicts are manipulators, love to fight, use anger and anxiety as weapons, continually blame others for all their misfortunes in life, are thieves, are not dependable, take advantage of good hearted people, cannot be trusted and they tell us the things they think we want to hear in order to smooth things over.
They also create an environment where we feel like we are walking on eggshells when we are around them. One moment the substance abuser can be as sweet as sugar and the next a confusing mess.
This is your chance to learn about coping with a drug addict from someone who has walked in the substance abuser’s shoes and yours as well. For the past forty years, the author has been learning the correct ways to handle the insanity that accompanies alcoholic/addict relationships.
If you continue to do the same things you’ve been doing which aren’t working, you will continue to get the same results. The definition of insanity is doing the same things over and over again expecting different results. Isn’t it time to try something different for a change?
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