One Man’s Self-Made Solutions to Drug Problems in Remarkable New Book

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Author Norman Leibrock’s “Parents Help Your child Say No To Drugs” chronicles the pain, the acceptance of, and developing knowledge and the will to fight for his son’s recovery from drug addiction

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Norman Leibrock’s personal account of parental suffering and coping with drugs problems caused by his child’s being addicted to drugs is a true picture of lives being affected by this menace to society. Parents, Help Your Child Say No To Drugs is a cautionary narrative that provides hope in adversity for families suffering from drug addiction problems.

The author had to go through the hump of learning and accepting the fact about his son being hooked on drugs. It took a while for him to find his way back to the light – to make the conscious and hard decisions to learn more about drugs and drug addiction and find the way road towards solving the problem and rehabilitate the afflicted person. Mr. Leibrock knew his problems were typical as his education on the problem went on. The will to try and implement every sane measure possible to save his son proves how parental love is a big part in the solution.

Time went on, and Leibrock began to gain expertise from constant practice. Getting involved in his son’s real lives (the ones that they were able to keep from their parents for a long time) also took time. Healing involved pain, a healthy dose of patience and understanding. The key to everything was communication, an open-hearted kind necessary to earn his sons’ trust and faith, to win back their hearts from the mind-altering drugs that had taken over their lives. Leibrock establishes parameters and guidelines in solving drug addiction problems from the methods he learned with his experience. He lists and describes the useful rehabilitation clinics, drug rehab programs, and support groups for recovering drug addicts. He has learned never to give up on kids, to utilize their natural resilience to fight back against their addiction. This is a remarkable book that is important in the annals of fighting the drug problem.

This book will be featured at the 2012 Frankfurt International Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 10-14, 2012.

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About the Author
Norman Leibrock is a 68-year-old resident of Fair Lawn, Bergen County, New Jersey. He is retired after 42 years as a Laboratory and X-Ray Supervisor. He is a graduate of the National Naval Medical School, Bethesda, Maryland. The author is a certified Brailler for the blind at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Today, he works as a crossing guard in Fair Lawn, and has done so for the past eight years. Along with writing his book, he is an educational Parental Coordinator with the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. Mr. Leibrock is master of St. John’s Lodge No. 1, where he lectures and travels with the famous George Washington Bible—the same Bible George Washington took his oath of office on.

Parents, Help Your Child Say No to Drugs * by Norman Leibrock
Publication Date: August 7, 2002
Trade Paperback; $17.84; 183 pages; 978-1-4010-4914-0
EBook $9.99; 978-1-4691-0949-7

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