It Will Never Happen to Me!

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Ballantine Books, 1987 - Self-Help - 203 pages
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This "little green book, " as it has come to be known to hundreds of thousands of C.O.A.'s and A.C.O.A.'s, is meant to help the reader understand the roles children in alcoholic families adopt, the problems they face in adulthood as a result, and what they can do to break the pattern of destruction.

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User Review  - jimmymon -

I have read this book many times and have recommended it to friends. It is a common sense practical approach to understanding the behaviors that complicate our lives. You dont have to be a child of an alcoholic to benefit from this. Its all about behaviors we exhibit. Read full review

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User Review  - deborahcc -

Especially good for ACOA they were writing about me. Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Black Artemis is a hip hop activist, writer, and speaker in New York City. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University and has worked with many social justice organizations throughout the country. Artemis is also a screenwriter who has won recognition for her work. She still lives in the Bronx where she was born and raised and enjoys working with youth to find their voice through art and politics.

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