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Description - Alcoholism by Samantha Harrington-Lowe

True alcoholism is one of the most destructive conditions possible for a family, bringing disruption, sadness, violence and even financial ruin. With the right determination and support, there are ways to beat it. Packed with practical advice and the latest information, this book finds solutions to alcoholism. Its easy-to-read style takes you step by step through diagnosing the problem; understanding its physical effects; breaking behavioural patterns and getting treatment. Support for children with alcoholic parents and guidance for those living with an alcoholic is also included. Whether its you, or a friend or colleague with the problem or someone you love or live with, this book gives you all the information you need to stop the damage and chaos caused by problem drinking. There is a way to combat the problem and this book will surely help.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781861440501
ISBN-10: 1861440502
Format: Paperback
(205mm x 195mm x mm)
Pages: 96
Imprint: Need2Know
Publisher: Need2Know
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Samantha Harrington-Lowe

Samantha Harrington-Lowe has been a journalist since 1995 specialising in lifestyle titles. She has been the editor for three different magazines, and currently enjoys writing for a variety of publications. Samantha also has her own event management company which offers a dynamic PR service as well as upscale corporate and private events. As the daughter of an alcoholic mother who died when Samantha was eighteen, she knows full well the heartache associated with drink problems. And with another younger member of the family caught up in destructive drinking patterns, she is all too aware of binge drinking and underage drinking. Samantha lives happily in Shoreham-by-Sea with partner Craig and six-year-old daughter Lili.