In fact, in many instances, the trauma that occurs after they’re addicted is more damaging than what happened before.
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Help people in recovery build strong sober lives
Help clinicians who work in addiction treatment
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Many of the suggestions are counterintuitive (did you know that mindfulness meditation has been shown to reduce cravings?), but all of the suggestions are grounded in science.Read More
One aspect of Lawford’s book that makes it unique and a must read is its careful and powerful weaving of the author’s personal recovery experience with the most up-to-date scientific evidenceRead More