The Book of ReHab by Skip Haynes

The Book of ReHab

bySkip Haynes

Kobo ebook | February 6, 2013

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The Book of Rehab is designed to be used the instant someone decides they want to turn their life around. It’s a program developed for the real world that was used by the author and many other people to change their pattern of bad habits. The program was developed by a former drug abuser, and it’s designed to be used at home.    One of the book's primary functions is to act as a translator for the people around the abuser. Many times people are unable or afraid, or don't know what to say to someone they know who needs help. The Book of Rehab can literally do the talking for them. It says the things that they can't say because it's written in a street language that drug users will understand.   The guidebook introduces and educates users about many areas that are not usually mentioned in the drug rehab lexicon — areas that are deeply involved with everyday drug use but never considered. Some of these areas (once someone is made aware of them) that can help influence a positive change in habits include:               • Guns             • Environment             • International finance             • National security             • Impotence             • Prison             * Other drugs             * Other rehab programs   The Book of Rehab is a last chance approach after everything else has been tried, and at the same time it's the most inexpensive drug rehab program available. If someone you know has an out-of-control habit problem and you can't reach them, The Book of Rehab can do your talking for you. This is a short description because this is a short book. It has to be — it's for people on drugs.
Title:The Book of ReHabFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 6, 2013Publisher:BookBabyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1626750920

ISBN - 13:9781626750920

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