Mike’s Book Teaches Parenting Skills for the Drug Age
The vast majority of parents are not the cause of their child’s substance use problem. However, in today’s drug age, sometimes normal, good, loving parenting, can unintentionally contribute to their child’s substance use problem. How does this happen? Why does this happen?
Mike’s book provides guidance for answers to these questions and proven remedies, parents can use immediately. As parents learn these “Parenting Skills for the Drug Age”, they are able to find that fine line between under-helping and over-helping their child.
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The Four Seasons of Recovery for Parents of Alcoholics and Addicts
How to help your adult child give up destructive addictions for good
Readers have called it: “A Handbook on Addiction for Parents”
The Four Seasons of Recovery for Parents provides a clear understanding of the steps you can take to regain control of a frustrating situation that at times can feel hopeless.
“There is no other relationship like that between parent and child. Although parents have the most power and influence over their children, when addiction enters the picture, the situation mysteriously reverses. Now the child is in the drivers seat. Why does this happen? How does this happen? More importantly, what can be done about it? This book provides clear understanding of what you can do to best help your adult child and yourself.” –The Four Seasons of Recovery for Parents of Alcoholics and Addicts.
Published by Rite of Passage Press P.O. Box 30146 Phoenix, AZ 85046