2016 A New Year for Recovery

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Great Info for the family of the addict, family, and counselors
By MSH58 

 "I have learned a lot from family and friends who are in recovery and this book took it one level deeper. The stories are raw, honest and heartfelt from the people who lived through the pain and came out on the other side. I would recommend this book to family members or friends who want to know how an addict/alcoholic thinks. It's also could be a good way to open a conversation with a loved one who is struggling to come to grips with whether they have a problem. We all want to know the right way to handle things and I think Alberta's book gives us insight that there is no "pat" answer that applies to every addict. Bravo to the folks telling their stories!"

Are you going insane trying to figure out how to help your loved one with drinking or use of drugs? Are you a substance abuser feeling alone and helpless with recovery.

You are both not alone. Read What is and isn't Working for the Alcoholic and Addict: In Their Own Words and hear from thirty-four recovering substance abusers who found their way to being sober or from those on the path of recovery.

What gives them the strength to fight and come out winning? What are they looking for from family members to help them? This is the family book for individuals not knowing how to reach out to the addicted or finding mental and physical help for themselves. It's a private battle 24/7.

After losing her husband, Richard Lopes and her daughter, Lori Cahill, both of North Dighton, Massachusetts, Alberta Sequeira went to the direct source for answers....the addicted themselves.

All her books are in paperback and Kindle and can be purchased at http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=alberta+sequeira

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