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101 Things to Know if You Are Addicted to Painkillers
101 Things to Know if You Are Addicted to Painkillers

101 Things to Know if You Are Addicted to Painkillers

MEDICAL

200 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB

Trade Paper, $19.95 (US $19.95) (CA $26.95)

Publication Date: November 2019

ISBN 9781943886944

Rights: WOR

Addicus Books (Nov 2019)

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Overview

A straightforward guide to understanding opioid addiction, from authors with both professional and personal experience

Are You Addicted? Has addiction taken over your life? Do you want to stop using painkillers, but shame and embarrassment keep you from reaching out for help? You are not alone—millions find themselves in the clutches of addiction. Michael McGee, M.D., an addiction psychiatrist, has treated thousands of people struggling with addiction. His message: You don't need to suffer—you can live a life free of addiction. In this book, Dr. McGee offers a helpful first step to recovery. He explains what you need to know about addiction and how you can overcome it. He helps you understand: • Addiction is a brain disease—you didn't choose to become addicted. • Shame fuels addiction and keeps you from seeking treatment. • Treatment works—both residential and out-patient. • Medications relieve withdrawal symptoms and help you stay sober. • You can heal—turning emotional pain into growth and transformation. Don't Lose Hope! Millions Have Recovered from Addiction. You Can, Too!

Author Biography

Rod Colvin has served on an advisory panel for the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, Columbia University, and maintains the popular website: www.prescriptiondrugaddiction.com. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Timothy J. Wulff, L.M.S.W., A.C.S.W., is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice in East Lansing, Michigan. He specializes in treating addiction, mood disorders, and emotional trauma. Wulff graduated with a bachelor of science degree from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. He received a master's degree in social work from Michigan State University in East Lansing. Wulff has been studying the neurochemical, emotional, familial, and social impact of addiction for more than a decade. Much of his work is focused on helping clients gain a deeper understanding of why they become stuck in an addictive cycle. He has completed training in "eye movement desensitization reprocessing" (EMDR) therapy that helps clients heal from intense trauma.