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After The Tears

Author: Jane Middelton-Moz
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 0757315135
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Adult children of alcoholics have learned how to "survive," but often have difficulty "living" their lives. The trauma and grief of childhood losses affect every aspect of the life of an adult child of an alcoholic (ACoA). Now the authors of the bestselling After the Tears offer further insight into the origin and cost of childhood pain for those who grew up in alcoholic families. In this revised and expanded edition, Jane Middelton-Moz and Lorie Dwinell combine their years of experience in working with ACoAs, tackling issues such as intimacy, sibling relationships, codependency, breaking the alcoholic pattern, building a relationship with the inner child, forgiveness, and opening a window to spirituality.

Addiction In The Family

Author: Virginia A. Kelly
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119098262
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This book identifies and addresses potential clinical issues for clients who have family members struggling with addiction, and offers concrete strategies for treatment. Viewing addiction as a family disease, Dr. Kelly explores the complex challenges faced by family members, examines the ways in which substance use disorders affect family dynamics, and discusses behaviors that help sustain recovery and create and maintain healthy relationships. A brief history of substance abuse is provided, as are the primary models of addiction and family theory. Chapters on codependency and the emotional, relational, and behavioral consequences of living with a family member with a substance use disorder follow. The universality of substance abuse is then examined along with specific ethnic and cultural differences. Family support group treatment options complete the text. Case conceptualization exercises that contain reflections, implications for the counselor, and discussion questions for application of the material are interspersed throughout the book to link theory to practice. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]

Bullies Revised

Author: Jane Middelton-Moz
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 075731807X
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Emotionally disturbing yet cathartic, this groundbreaking book by two leading experts in the field of community intervention, anger and addiction, provides a compelling expose on all aspects of bullying. Using in-depth case studies of bullies and those they bullied, Middelton-Moz and Zawadski provide a true look at the problem and what can be done to stop it. Focusing on environments where bullying occurs most frequently—in schools, homes, relationships, workplaces and cyberspace—the authors identify six bullying strategies that encourage bullying behavior and provide concrete ways to defuse tense or potentially hazardous situations. Equally important, Middleton-Moz and Zawadski explain how to reach out to bullies with the appropriate guidance and support, without which bullies will only continue to create fear and anxiety in others. No matter how hard they try, it is virtually impossible for parents to keep up with all the apps and technological changes that enable bullying to remain anonymous. To help them, the authors have included a chapter just for parents on how to monitor their children's behavior and online interactions to keep them grounded. For both parents and educators, Middleton-Moz and Zawadski also explore innovative anti-bullying programs and offer advice about which ones are really working.

The Law Of Sobriety

Author: Sherry Gaba
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 0757315151
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Offers a new style of addiction recovery for creating and maintaining a life filled with joy and purpose, using seven action steps to make recovery about the new life to be embraced instead of about the addiction itself.

Silently Seduced

Author: Kenneth M. Adams
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0757391745
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When a parent singles out a child for special privileges and attention, that child is often unaware that the relationship is unhealthy—even incestuous. As adults, these children struggle to feel validated, because while they have not been directly abused, they feel a sense of violation and crossed boundaries—usually done in the name of 'love' and 'caring.' The parent's love feels more confining than freeing, more demanding than giving, more intrusive than nurturing. Yet these children suffer from what psychologist Kenneth Adams calls The Silent Seduction—because there is nothing loving or caring about a close parent-child relationship that services the needs of the parent rather than the child. In this revised and updated 20th anniversary edition of his groundbreaking book Silently Seduced, Dr. Adams explains how 'feeling close,' especially with the opposite-sex parent, is not the source of comfort the image suggests, especially when that child is cheated out of a childhood by being a parent's surrogate partner. He offers a framework to understand this covert incest and its effect on sexuality, intimacy, and relationships, and how victims can begin the process of recovery.

Endlich Ohne Alkohol

Author: Allen Carr
Publisher: Mosaik Verlag
ISBN: 3641114268
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Einfach und endgültig zu einem genussvollen Leben ohne Alkohol. Hier ein Gläschen im Büro, da ein Gläschen auf der Party – die Grenze zwischen geselligem Genuss und zerstörerischer Abhängigkeit ist fließend. Allen Carr, der mit seiner sensationellen Methode schon Millionen Menschen geholfen hat, schafft hier Abhilfe. Schritt für Schritt weist er einen einfachen Weg, sich nicht vom Alkohol verführen zu lassen: Sofort, dauerhaft und ohne Entzugserscheinungen oder übermenschliche Willensanstrengung.

Die Revolte Des K Rpers

Author: Alice Miller
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518795902
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Das vierte Gebot, getragen von der herkömmlichen Moral, verlangt von uns, unsere Eltern zu ehren und zu lieben, auf daß wir – so die versteckte Drohung – lange leben. Dieses Gebot der Ehr-Furcht beansprucht universelle Gültigkeit. Wer es befolgen will, obwohl er von seinen Eltern einst mißachtet, mißhandelt, mißbraucht wurde, kann dies nur, wenn er seine wahren Emotionen verdrängt. Gegen diese Verleugnung und das Ignorieren von unbewältigten Kindheitstraumata revoltiert indes der Körper häufig mit schweren Erkrankungen. Wie diese entstehen, zeigt Alice Miller, die Autorin des Welterfolgs Das Drama des begabten Kindes, in ihrem neuen Werk. In all ihren Büchern hat sich Alice Miller mit der Verleugnung des Leidens in der Kindheit auseinandergesetzt. In Die Revolte des Körpers schildert sie nun die Konsequenzen, die die Abspaltung starker und wahrer Emotionen für den Körper hat. Das Buch handelt von dem Konflikt zwischen dem, was wir fühlen und was unser Körper registriert hat, und dem, was wir fühlen möchten, um den moralischen Normen zu entsprechen, die wir seit jeher verinnerlicht haben. Diese psychobiologische Gesetzmäßigkeit enthüllt Alice Miller im ersten Teil des Buches anhand der Lebensläufe zahlreicher Schriftsteller wie Schiller, Joyce, Proust oder Mishima. Die beiden folgenden Teile weisen Wege auf, die aus dem Teufelskreis des Selbstbetrugs hinausführen und auch eine Befreiung von Krankheitssymptomen, den Appellen des Körpers, ermöglichen können.

Mein Bild Sagt Mehr Als Deine Worte

Author: David Levithan
Publisher: cbt Verlag
ISBN: 3641137470
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Evan ist allein. Seine beste Freundin Ariel ist nicht mehr da und Evan fühlt sich schuldig. Eines Tages konfrontiert ihn jemand mit anonymen Fotos – Bilder, die dokumentieren, was er ihr angetan hat. Steht Evan kurz davor, den Verstand zu verlieren oder kann er endlich aufklären, was damals im Wald wirklich geschah? Im engen Zusammenspiel mit Fotos von Jonathan Farmer erzählt David Levithan die Dreiecksgeschichte zwischen Evan, der manisch-depressiven Ariel und ihrem Freund Jack. Eine packende Geschichte über Freundschaft, Liebe und Verantwortung.