Healing for Adult Children of Alcoholics
The author, an ACA herself, describes the patterns of marital and parenting styles of Adult Children of Alcoholics. She provides the new attitudes and behaviors necessary for recovery drawn from her own experiences to help guide ACAs on the path to healing.
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The Way They Are
The Way We Are
The Root of the Matter
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