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Addiction

Angel Greene

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Are you addicted to alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs maybe? Have you spent years being chained in behavioral addiction? Do you want to free yourself and start all over again? 

Well you’ve come to the right place! Addiction: Discover the Foolproof Method to Shatter Any Addiction - Depression, Recovery, Substance Abuse, and Self Esteem Self Help is coming to save you! 

Addiction takes over one’s life in a slow manner. You’ll find yourself getting hooked on something seemingly past the point of return. Worse yet, addiction can generate negative side effects such as depression, diseases and low self-esteem. 

This book provides detailed information of how addictions come about, what causes them and how to properly deal with them. You will learn how to plan a course of action, regain confidence, and eventually quit any specific addiction that you may have. 

It won’t be easy to embark on this journey, but don’t you worry, one step at a time is all you need for progress.

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