Boynton Beach, Florida (PRWEB) July 14, 2015
Easy to understand language makes "Unraveling The Psychological Mystery Of Addictions" by Doctor James M. Strawbridge a guide for the addicted and their families. Personal interviews with the addicted and questions and answers offer helpful solutions.
"Alcoholism, drugs and other forms of addiction have been swept under the rug far too long," according to addictions specialist, Dr. James M. Strawbridge. "You may think you know all about addictions, causes and effects, but the facts prove otherwise."
His new book "Unraveling the Psychological Mystery of Addictions" explains the variety of causes that make one person a social drinker, another an alcoholic, and what triggers someone into serious drugging. It may be a traumatic event, genetic, or something else. Something that medical experts are just coming to realize.
As Strawbridge's book points out with a series of in-depth interviews with recovering alcoholics and drug users, "addiction doesn't discriminate by race, gender, occupation or social status."
In everyday language the book discusses how family relationships during childhood and teen years as well as genetic history can be the beginning of the development of an addictive personality. Strawbridge also gives examples of how sexual relationships are especially vulnerable and how addiction affects individuals married and single.
A Q and A section with families and friends offers advice and possible solutions.
"We must recognize that alcoholism and drugging are a disease and treat these conditions as such." Dr. Strawbridge advises.
The book can be purchased on line at Amazon Books, Green Ivy Publishers; Barnes and Noble on demand $15.00. Kindle $11.00. Published by Green Ivy Books.
MEDIA CONTACT FOR INTERVIEWS WITH DR.STRAWBRIDGE
Anne Gilbert - (561) 413-5797