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Revisiting Rehab By Michelle Moreau & Kathleen Weithman
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Revisiting Rehab investigates the advances and roadblocks in rehabilitation for addiction nationally and internationally.
Addiction: Recover Like a Warrior By S. McAley
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“Addiction: Recover Like a Warrior” is a philosophical approach which is designed to empower the addict to be the “master” of his or her own recovery. It is not a... More > “program” to replace research-based treatment or spiritual based programs. Through the “Warrior’s” eyes, addiction will no longer be perceived as just a disease that requires continual medical monitoring. Nor will addiction be viewed as an anti-social behavior that is in need of punishment or repentance. Addiction is encouraged to be perceived as an enemy which will take all that is life preserving, for indeed, that what addiction does.< Less
Quicksilver Chronicles By Frances K. Woods
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"Quicksilver Chronicles" is one woman’s surreal and satirical memoirs spanning about a decade, from the beginning of this new century, depicting what life throws at her family of... More > gem-mining misfits struggling to live with a lethally polluted watershed in a forgotten western ghost town, called New Idria. As the James family copes with systematic mercury poisoning -- the aftermath of unscrupulous mining corporations, the U.S. Department of Defense, and a reservoir-hoarding drug rehab upstream -- their hopes of environmental justice diminish with each new anti-scientific edict enacted by the state. The tiny community earnestly elects an orange tabby, a people-hating cat, as Mayor to represent their micro-nation. Told through the eyes of Georgia James, the saga details the clan's run-ins with highgraders, UFOs, "Littlefoot," the insane "War on Drugs," and the absurd politics of the Bush/Cheney years.< Less