(as of Mar 17,2023 16:59:50 UTC – Details)
“This marvelous book is filled with concepts, tools, tips and signposts for guiding one’s life toward a new start. A new beginning. One filled with hope, optimism, and empowerment…not just to survive, but to thrive.”
— Allen D. Brandon, Ph.D.; Founder, Rocky Mountain Neuropsychological Sciences, P.C.
DYING FOR PLEASURE IS NO WAY TO LIVE
Joe Eisele knows this firsthand. He became addicted to alcohol and drugs as a teenager, and only found the path to recovery by incorporating biochemical restoration into his treatment.
In Leaving Drug and Alcohol Addictions for Good, readers experience the frightening ride on what Joe calls “the addiction train.” Joe’s story is layered with Sharon’s, whose son became caught in the devastating, often deadly trajectory of addiction while Joe and Sharon were working on this book.
“There is a big difference between finding pleasure in what life brings and and chasing pleasure at any cost,” says Joe, the co-founder and clinical director of InnerBalance Health Center in Loveland, Colorado. His treatment center for people with drug and alcohol addictions includes the critical component often missing from other programs: biochemical restoration.
Whether you are coping with addiction yourself or trying to help someone else get off the addiction train, you’ll find a deep understanding and empathy in Joe’s story, and fresh hope in how you truly can leave drug and alcohol addictions for good.
Publisher : Paradise Lane Publishing (August 12, 2020)
Language : English
Paperback : 368 pages
ISBN-10 : 0692183353
ISBN-13 : 978-0692183359
Item Weight : 1.09 pounds
Dimensions : 6 x 0.83 x 9 inches