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Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

Treating Tobacco Use And Dependence

Artists: 
U.S Department of Health and Human Services
ISBN: 
1530-6402
Price: 
$0.00

Treating Tobacco Use And Dependence

Artists: 
U.S Department of Health and Human Services
ISBN: 
1530-6402
Price: 
$0.00

Treating Tobacco Use And Dependence

Artists: 
U.S. Department of Heath and Human Services
ISBN: 
1-58763-007-9
Price: 
$0.00

Treating Tobacco Use And Dependence

Artists: 
U.S. Department of Heath and Human Services
ISBN: 
1-58763-007-9
Price: 
$0.00

Treating Tobacco Use And Dependence

Artists: 
U.S Department of Health and Human Services
ISBN: 
1530-6402
Price: 
$0.00

Treating Nicotine Addiction

Artists: 
Pletcher, Lysaght & Hyman
ISBN: 
0-89486-715-6
Publisher: 
Hazelden
Dated: 
1990
Price: 
$0.00

Treating Nicotine Addiction

Artists: 
Pletcher, Lysaght & Hyman
ISBN: 
0-89486-715-6
Publisher: 
Hazelden
Dated: 
1990
Price: 
$0.00

Thinking Person's Guide to Sobriety, The

Artists: 
Pluymen
ISBN: 
1-880092-40-9
Publisher: 
Bright Brooks
Dated: 
1996
Price: 
$14.95

The New Codependency: Help and Guidance for Today's Generation

Artists: 
Beattie, Melody
ISBN: 
978-1-4391-0192-6
Publisher: 
Simon and Schuster
Dated: 
2009
Price: 
$25.00
Comments: 
In Codependent No More, Melody Beattie introduced the world to the term codependency. Now a modern classic, this book established Beattie as a pioneer in self-help literature and endeared her to millions of readers who longed for healthier relationships. Twenty-five years later concepts such as self-care and setting boundaries have become entrenched in mainstream culture. Now Beattie has written a followup volume, The New Codependency, which clears up misconceptions about codependency, identifies how codependent behavior has changed, and provides a new generation with a road map to wellness.

Thank You for Smoking

Artists: 
David O Sacks
ISBN: 
NA
Publisher: 
Search Light Productions
Dated: 
2006
Price: 
$20.00
Comments: 
Tobacco industry lobbyist Nick Naylor has a seemingly impossible task: promoting cigarette smoking in a time when the health hazards of the activity have become too plain to ignore. Nick, however, revels in his job, using argument and twisted logic to place, as often as not, his clients in the positions of either altruistic do-gooders or victims. Nick's son Joey needs to understand and respect his dad's philosophy, and Nick works hard to respond to that need without compromising his lack of values. When a beautiful news reporter betrays Nick's sexually-achieved trust, his world seems in danger of collapsing. But there's always one more coffin nail in Nick's pack.
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