A Troubled Life to Save: A Guidebook to Rescuing Your Loved Ones from a Misguided Life
These are the two most common questions everyone asks when a loved one goes astray. Whether your troubled loved one is a an alcoholic, a drug abuser (illegal or prescription), mentally ill, depressed and suicidal, obese, homeless, a sex addict, a gambler, a criminal, a prisoner, or a prostitute, we all hope that something will turn their life around. But waiting for that something seldom works and life only gets worse for everyone involved. A Troubled Life to Save is part of a rescue kit consisting of detailed instructions. This book is designed specifically for family and friends who are called to help rescue a troubled loved one. It explains in detail when and how you can effectively help your loved one identify and accept their life problem area, as well as how you can assist in locating the kind of treatment that will finally help them overcome their addiction and/or mental illness. As a family member or friend, you are the one who has questions and actively seeks solutions to the craziness which touches all of your lives so personally. You are the one who wants to learn how to get your misguided loved one into a treatment program that will put everything back to normal.
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