The Prison With No Bars: A Book for Families Dealing with Addict Loved Ones by Clint Crawford

Everyday, somewhere in the world, there is someone struggling with drug/alcohol addiction. There is also another struggle going on at the exact same time. The struggle of those who love that addict. We often see movies, articles, blogs, and books about addiction and what addiction is like for someone battling it, but we do not see quite as much information for families. This book is written for that purpose. When you love an addict, it can become like a prison with no bars. You feel helpless, hopeless, afraid, angry, and an entire host of other emotions…..often all at the same time. This book not only offers education about addiction and direction on how best to deal with an addict loved one, but it also offers hope. This book gives a very real, honest, look at addiction and what can happen when dealing with an addict, using real examples from the author’s experience in the addiction field. However, the theme throughout is, “Love the Addict, Hate the Addiction”, and the aim is to establish the fact that people can and do recover from addiction, and families can and do recover as well.Clint Crawford is the Clinical Director at Lifecore Health Group Addiction Treatment Center. He holds two master’s degrees and is the co-founder of the REINS Model of Equine Therapy with his lifelong friend Dale Phillips. He resides in Blue Mountain, Mississippi. The Prison With no Bars is a REINS Model of Equine Therapy Publication from Darkhorse Publishing.

Author: Clint Crawford

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Binge Eating: Cure Sugar Addiction and Detox From Sugar (Binge Eating Cure Series Book 2) by Lisa P. Simms

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Before you read any further, answer these simple questions:

Have you finally grown tired of the feeling that you would be happier in life if you could just stop consuming so much sugar?
Do you ever wonder if there is any other way to come closer to your health and fitness goals?
Have you been dreaming of becoming the type of person who has total control over food, rather than food having total control over them?

If you answered “yes” to at least one of the above questions, then this book is just what you need to get informed, grow confident, and take the steps necessary to get exactly what you want out of your diet regimen!

Binge Eating Cure: Conquer Sugar Addiction and Detox From Sugar was written with individuals like you in mind – individuals who are ready to take massive action to achieve massive results!
So what are you waiting for?
Take action, not now, but right now, and grab your copy, today!

Author: Lisa P. Simms

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Binge Eating: Cure Sugar Addiction and Detox From Sugar (Binge Eating Cure Series Book 2) by Lisa P. Simms

Overcome Sugar Addiction & Detox from Sugar with Binge Eating Cure: Sugar Addiction Cure +FREE BONUS!!!
Before you read any further, answer these simple questions:

Have you finally grown tired of the feeling that you would be happier in life if you could just stop consuming so much sugar?
Do you ever wonder if there is any other way to come closer to your health and fitness goals?
Have you been dreaming of becoming the type of person who has total control over food, rather than food having total control over them?

If you answered “yes” to at least one of the above questions, then this book is just what you need to get informed, grow confident, and take the steps necessary to get exactly what you want out of your diet regimen!

Binge Eating Cure: Conquer Sugar Addiction and Detox From Sugar was written with individuals like you in mind – individuals who are ready to take massive action to achieve massive results!
So what are you waiting for?
Take action, not now, but right now, and grab your copy, today!

Author: Lisa P. Simms

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Prescription Drugs Also Kill by D. L. Duran

“Prescription Drugs Also Kill” is the true story of one woman’s struggle to recover from a 20 year addiction to prescription drugs. Author, D.L. Duran’s addiction began after the birth of her second child in 1970, when unrelenting postpartum insomnia and anxiety prompted her to phone her OB/GYN physician and ask his advice on the matter. Over the telephone, he diagnosed her as depressed, referred her to a psychiatrist, and prescribed valium. Both the OB/GYN doctor and the psychiatrist readily prescribed addictive drugs, without warning Duran of their negative side effects. Her book documents the irresponsibility of her medical care, how indiscriminately doctors prescribed addictive drugs, even though they knew she was the mother of two young children, one a newborn. When her family doctor later prescribed Dalmane, a benzodiazepine hypnotic, it seemed the answer to her insomnia. But eventually, it took control of her life. Near death, she sought help in a drug treatment program. Duran includes graphic descriptions of the painful and bizarre symptoms she experienced withdrawing from Dalmane, and trying to rebuild her life..”Prescription Drugs Also Kill” exposes the roles the medical profession, the psychiatric profession, and the pharmaceutical industry play in fueling the addictive prescription drug epidemic. Duran writes, “For most of us prescription drug addicts, there was a point in our lives when a physical or mental malady without a simple remedy initiated a physician’s prescription of an addictive drug. Often the doctor has not even taken the time to warn us of the its dangers.” Prescription drug addiction is now destroying the lives of millions of Americans.

Author: D. L. Duran

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The Happiness of Pyot: An action-oriented secular guide to contentment by Sandy Bicepool

The legend – Pyot Coulibaly is a dying, elderly member of an ancient, venerable, yet extremely enigmatic movement. She selects a sceptical ghost writer to document the collective experience of this secretive association. This book charts the deepening relationship between mentor and writer, as Pyot reveals the timeworn protocols of her mysterious institution. Together they steadily uncover the sources of her unshakeable positivity, optimism, and playfulness: and in so doing develop an action-oriented, secular guide to contentment – the guidelines of the Accede movement.The issue – There are plenty of grim statistics cataloguing the growing millions of people who are and will likely remain deeply or pathologically unhappy. But, for us, understanding the sources of unhappiness is less important than knowing the solution: and knowing the solution is secondary to learning how best to achieve it, and then to maintain our contentment.The conundrum – Science struggles to explain unhappiness let alone provide lasting solutions. For many people, religion is no longer the answer, and we understand why. And in the absence of an alternative, accessible, and workable framework of secular ethics, millions are succumbing to unhappiness and destructive obsessions. It need not be this way.The Accede movement – Pre-dates Hinduism, Christianity and Buddhism. Arguably it has contributed to the premises and practices of many theologies. But it is not a religious institution. It has coexisted quietly alongside capitalism, socialism, and communism. But it has never been and never will be drawn into any systemic conflict or controversy.The solution – The sole purpose of the movement is, and has only ever been, to promote the peace and contentment of its members, and of the people around them. Spiritual in nature, it simply suggests a code of secular ethics and practices that invariably lead to greater happiness and ease. It works. But until now members have felt the need to remain nameless and unforthcoming.The book – Documents, for the first time, Accede’s specific guidelines on how to become more joyful and composed. It presents the collective experience of a large number of people who have found simple ways to become and remain happier. It outlines the sources of unhappiness, the solution, and what we need to do to become and remain happier. And it focuses on the precise tasks required to boost our optimism, cheer, and hopefulness. The reader’s journey – The goal of the book is to bring us, and those around us, more happiness and ease. Its objectives are to expand our knowledge of the issue, the solution, and the actions necessary to achieve the solution. The intended outcome is a more enlightened reader, willing and able to try something different, and surprised by the positive results.The tone – Our book is quite spiritual in nature without ever being religious. We are perfectly comfortable to float, existentially, somewhere between the secular and non-secular. In this way, These guidelines may provide some comfort to those who find themselves torn between the secular charms of psychology and the more intangible spiritual quest. Either way, they will end up happier, and that is all that we ever hoped to achieve.The distinctiveness – Many amazing books abound offering conceptual and spiritual frameworks to help us understand suffering and happiness. But most of the books on the market today fall short when it comes to offering simple, compatible solutions – practices that can and do help, and in concurrence with the inquirer’s existing values and belief systems.The summary – Our members have discovered how to turn apparently terminal unhappiness and entrenched cynicism into effervescent positivity and lasting happiness. We trust that your results will be proof enough that it works. To try with an open heart and mind is the only leap of faith required. We hope that you too may take this leap, and join us.

Author: Sandy Bicepool

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