Living with Crack Cocaine: From a Husband's Regard

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Author House, Oct 4, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 140 pages
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What’s it like to be married to a drug addict? What should you do if you think your spouse is addicted to crack cocaine? What is crack cocaine? You will find out this and more in this book. It’s a true educational overview in a few short pages.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
3
Chapter 3
7
Chapter 4
11
Chapter 5
17
Chapter 6
19
Chapter 7
21
Chapter 8
25
Chapter 21
71
Chapter 22
73
Chapter 23
77
Chapter 24
83
Chapter 25
87
Chapter 26
91
Chapter 27
95
Chapter 28
97

Chapter 9
29
Chapter 10
33
Chapter 11
37
Chapter 12
41
Chapter 13
43
Chapter 14
47
Chapter 15
51
Chapter 16
53
Chapter 17
55
Chapter 18
57
Chapter 19
61
Chapter 20
65
Chapter 29
101
Chapter 30
103
Chapter 31
105
Chapter 32
107
Appendix A
111
Appendix B
113
Appendix C
115
Appendix D
117
About the Author
123
About the Book
125
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About the author (2011)

Raised during the ’50s and ’60s, the author had little exposure to drugs except alcohol. Then, as a young adult, the author witnessed the onslaught of experimental, mind-altering drugs: first the diet pills to lose weight, then speed to keep you awake, then finally benzos just for fun. In 1991, the author became addicted to Benzedrine and had to be put in intensive rehab to get off of it. This author knows all too well what addiction can do to the mind and soul. Read to see what the next generation of mind-altering drugs is doing to people.

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