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Fully updated, this matter-of-fact handbook includes the most recent discoveries about drug use, including new information on electronic smoking devices, abuse of prescription stimulants and the opioid crisis. Lively, highly informative, unbiased, [and] thorough (Addiction Research & Theory), Buzzed surveys drugs from caffeine to heroin to reveal how these drugs affect the body, the different highs they produce and the circumstances in which they can be deadly. Neither a Just Say No treatise nor a How to manual, Buzzed is based on the conviction that people make better decisions with accurate information at hand.
This action-focused workbook will help you identify the people, places, and things related to your meth use and recognize healthy alternatives that support your recovery. When you have completed the exercises and activities in this workbook, you will have a specific, personal plan for not only staying clean but for enjoying life.
Many Christians are locked in a cycle of addiction, particularly in the areas of alcohol and drug abuse. Many have turned to twelve-step programs for help. But where is the incredible power of Christ in this process? In a positive, noncondemning way, Anderson provides an alternative model of recovery for substance and alcohol abusers, a model that will also work for individuals struggling with other kinds of addictions. The first half of Freedom from Addictions tells the unbelievable story of Mike and Julia Quarles, and how Mike overcame a debilitating addiction to alcohol. He achieved success by applying the principles that make up the central theme of Dr. Anderson's message: that we are saints according to God's Word (Ephesians 1) and that true freedom comes from realizing our identity in Christ.