In this article, we are going to read about the 9 best books on addiction and recovery. But first let’s understand what we mean by addiction and recovery.
David Sheff was filled with tormenting questions regarding his beautiful boy, his son Nic. This book follows the journey of David’s journey as the father of an addict.
Sam Quinones blends two classic stories of American capitalism – young men in Mexico, independent of drug cartels looking for their American dream.
David D Burns not only talks about self-help but he also offers a guideline of several options for treating depression – deal with guilt, recognize the cause of mod swing.
“Easy Way to Stop Smoking” is a self-help book written by Allen Carr, a British author and journalist who struggled with addiction to cigarettes for many years.
2003, Cleveland – A young college freshman meets Emily. Both of them share an interest in Edward Albee and ecstasy, and they both fall fast in love.
“The Gifts of Imperfection” is a self-help book written by Brené Brown, a research professor and author who has studied vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame.
Addiction and drug abuse is the most formidable health issue worldwide. If we are not the ones suffering, we are aware of people who are.
Alcohol is available in book clubs, brunch, weddings, work events, and more. Still, no one questions the ubiquity of alcohol.
Even though he might argue, Gabor Maté is something of a empathetic machine. He is diligently treating drug addicts of Downtown Eastside, Vancouver.