Healing the Addictive Mind

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Celestial Arts, 1991 - Self-Help - 163 pages
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Explores the nature of addictive thought patterns, arguing that they develop through a dependence on outside forces to achieve peace of mind, and offers a program for overcoming negative patterns.

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THIS BOOK IS THE GREATEST BOOK FOR HELPING YOURSELF MENTELY.I HAVE TO SAY IT ALONE WITHOUT A SPONSER DID A WHOLE LOT FOR ME AND MY RECOVERY,AND I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE WITH BI POLER DISORDER...

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Jampolsky is a psychologist. He lectures and conducts workshops internationally in the fields of health, business, education, and psychology. Dr. Jampolsky has founded highly acclaimed programs in clinical psychology and chemical dependency. He served on the medical staff and as a consultant for leading hospitals, and has been on the faculty of three graduate schools of professional psychology.

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