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The Heart of Addiction电子书

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作       者:Dodes, Lance M., M.D.

出  版  社:HarperCollins e-books

出版时间:2010-09-01

字       数:41.5万

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Nobody has had an answer for why people with addictions continue to repeat them -- until now.For more than twenty years, distinguished psychiatrist Dr. Lance Dodes has been successfully helping people master their addictions -- alcoholism, compulsive gambling, smoking, sexual addiction, and more with a radical approach. Dr. Dodes describes how all addictions have, at their heart, unrecognized emotional factors that explain: Why we feel the impulse Why we feel it when we do What alternatives (really) work in that critical moment In this refreshing book filled with compelling case studies, Dr. Dodes debunks several such widely accepted myths as:Addictions are fundamentally a physical problem. People with addictions are different from other people. You have to hit bottom before you can get well. You are wasting your time if you ask "why" you have an addiction.
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Cover

Title Page

Dedication

Contents

One - Time for a Change

Two - The Man Who Had No Time

Three - A Good Woman

Four - The Secret General

Five - I Have to Do Something

Six - Hooked by the Mind: Physical and Psychological Addiction

Seven - The Genetics of Alcoholism

Eight - Myths of Addiction

Nine - When Is Abuse Not Addiction?

Ten - The Internet, Shopping, Exercise: How Can You Tell If It Is an Addiction?

Eleven - Efforts to Understand

Twelve - Puzzling Cases

Thirteen - Teens

Fourteen - Couples

Fifteen - When Are Compulsions Addictions?

Sixteen - The Victors and the Vanquished: Compulsive Gambling

Seventeen - Sexual Addiction

Eighteen - Treatment

Acknowledgments

Index

About the Author

Praise for Dr. Lance Dodes’s The Heart of Addiction

Copyright

About the Publisher

Notes

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