Healing for Adult Children of Alcoholics

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Broadman Press, 1988 - Social Science - 191 pages
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I have found this book to be very well written and easy to comprehend. I like the examples that it has, so you are able to relate with your life story. I wish that this book was still being published, as I would offer them as gifts to friends and families.

Contents

The Way They Are
11
The Way We Are
18
The Root of the Matter
34
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Suburban Atlanta resident Sara Hines Martin, author of "Walking Atlanta, "has been writing professionally for 44 years. She has master's degrees in religious education and counseling and her own private counseling practice. She has lived in two Third World countries and traveled extensively.

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