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An expert on the familial effects of alcoholism, this sensitive book analyzes generational patterns of unhappiness. An illness of denial and secrecy, alcoholism affects children of alcoholics into their adulthood. Compelled in childhood not to speak, not to confide, and not to feel, these children can fall into the same illness as their parents. Offering not only understanding but also guidance towards recovery, this book helps break patterns of destruction.
Experta en el tema de alcoholismo, la autora analiza en este libro sensitivo cadenas familiares de la infelicidad. Enfermedad de la negación y el secreto, el alcoholismo afecta a los hijos de los alcohólicos. Oprimidos por no hablar, no confiar, y no sentir, terminan por enfermarse. Este libro ofrece no sólo comprensión y esperanza de recuperación, sino una guía para lograrlo.
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Claudia Black is a renowned lecturer, author, and trainer recognized internationally for her pioneering work with family systems and addictive disorders. She is the primary clinical consultant for addictive disorders for the Meadows Treatment Center in Wickenburg, Arizona, and the author of Changing Course, "It's Never Too Late to Have a Happy Childhood," and Repeat After Me.
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