The Book Street Addicts is a therapeutic memoir of street addiction. The use of the term “Street” is defined and displayed as a way of life and/or lifestyle. It’s targeted to young adults and the like who are consciously and subconsciously addicted to cultural traits that are identified as a lifestyle and to defiant traits that are esteemed heroic and which glorify being “street,” criminality and subcultures.
Street-prone teens partake in lawlessness and the forbidden fruits that have become so rewarding that the behavior is now a dependence (The Addiction) causing our youth (The Addicts) to continuously live the street life (The Disorder), a condition characterized by patterns of thinking, personality and behavior that created an unhealthy compulsion to exist and belong.
Across the United States, this teen hereditary or adopted lifestyle has become dangerously habitual—beyond the natural measure of control. This book describes the start, process and treatment; it provides everything it took for this bona fide street addict, as well as others, to recover from Street Addiction. This is our Streets Anonymous.
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