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This sensitive and accessible guide speaks directly to those who know what it is like to know or love a problem drinker and want to help them recover. With case studies throughout and advice based on in-depth research into alcohol addiction and the authors' personal experiences, Help Them Beat the Booze offers reassurance and practical guidance, including:
*Understanding alcohol addiction
*How to communicate with a problem drinker
*Practical steps to help the drinker and yourself recover
*A guide to the treatments available, including exciting but little-known new methods
*How to protect your children and minimize the impact on their lives in the future
Life with a problem drinker can be challenging but, wherever you live in the world, with the help of this practical guide you can offer support and advice and find reasons to be hopeful.
Praise for previous work Beat the Booze by Edmund and Helen Tirbutt:
‘One of the most constructive, practical books on alcohol I’ve seen’ Mail on Sunday
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Practical help and support for partners, family, friends and work colleagues of problem drinkersAbout the Author:
Edmund Tirbutt, a multi-award winning journalist and health insurance consultant, has been teetotal for over 24 years after overcoming a serious drink problem. Helen Tirbutt, a communications and change management consultant, has been teetotal for five years after giving up alcohol for lifestyle reasons.
Prior to writing either this book or their previous market-leading title Beat the Booze (Harriman House 2008), the authors knew numerous people with drink problems. Some they managed to help, others they didn't. If they'd had the knowledge in those days that they have now, they feel the outcomes for those they couldn’t help may have been very different.
These life experiences have given them a passionate desire to help other problem drinkers and their friends, families and work colleagues.
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