Whether addicted or not, we all have stories to tell
The stories of tragedy and redemption found within Tales of Addiction are not about the well known celebrities you find in the usual tabloids. Rather, these stories are true-grit tales told by people you will never meet but whose words will haunt you for months, years maybe. The author collected the stories for over two years through a "call for stories" she put in journals, workshops and lectures. Interwoven throughout, Barbara and her son share their own story of pain and struggle. In this book, you'll learn:
How an addict's life begins
Understand the difficulties in taking initial steps to uncover denial
Intimate details of how many stay straight and sober
Gain a new perspective about our national addiction population
Learn why that Something More means so much to so many
What happens when the addict or alcoholic loses their battle
How you can help
Praise for Tales of Addiction
"This inspiring and penetrating new book by Dr. Barbara Sinor shows us how we gather the courage and the force of will to make a transformational change." --Mark Thurston, PhD, author Willing to Change: The Journey of Personal Transformation
"Like a tapestry, this book works by holding the reader's interest with unique tales smoothly interwoven with both a spiritual and intellectual thought process." --Bill Ford, Addiction Recovery Blog
"Filled with stories of heroic struggle, victory and defeat, it is both illuminating and inspiring.The book is intensely personal yet sadly universal, the stories recounted are for anyone touched by the trials of addiction." --Rev. Steve Doolittle, Astara, author From the Heart: Five Minute Inspirations
"These heart-wrenching and ultimately heartwarming stories, provide the inspiration for each one of us to know that recovery works." --Ken Seeley, PhD, host of Intervention 911, author, Face It and Fix It
About the Author
Barbara Sinor, Ph.D. is a Psychospiritual Therapist dealing with childhood abuse/incest, PTSD, addiction recovery, and adult children of alcoholics. Dr. Sinor uses integral holistic methods encompassing forms of hypnotherapy, regression therapy, Jungian dreamwork, and other transpersonal techniques. Dr. Sinor holds a Doctorate in Psychology, a Master of Arts from John F. Kennedy University, and her Bachelor of Arts degree is from Pitzer College of the Claremont Colleges.
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