Adult Children of Alcoholics by Janet Geringer Woititz

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  • Dysfunctional Families

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ISBN 10555366845X
ISBN 109785553668457

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With daily shares, each paired with a meaningful quotation from the ACA Fellowship Text, this meditation book will inspire its readers. Hardcover, 5x7. Written by adult children of alcoholics (ACoA) expert Claudia Black, this book is entirely penned by children. It provides a child’s view of addiction.

The drawings and stories reinforce the idea that chemical dependency is a disease and that the alcoholic or addict in the child’s life has a disorder and is ill, and not a bad person.

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The children are caught in the middle: As the children of alcoholics, we are affected in many ways. We may be hurt directly by the alcoholic’s behavior, especially if there is violence.

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