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The everything parent's guide to teenage addiction : a comprehensive and supportive reference to help your child recover from addiction, Edward Lynam, MD and Ellen Bowers, PhD

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The everything parent's guide to teenage addiction : a comprehensive and supportive reference to help your child recover from addiction
Title
The everything parent's guide to teenage addiction
Title remainder
a comprehensive and supportive reference to help your child recover from addiction
Statement of responsibility
Edward Lynam, MD and Ellen Bowers, PhD
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eng
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1962-
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Lynam, Edward
Dewey number
616.8600835
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Bowers, Ellen
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An everything series book
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  • Teenagers
  • Teenagers
  • Teenagers
  • Compulsive behavior in adolescence
  • Teenagers
  • Teenagers
  • Teenagers
  • Adolescent psychology
  • Child rearing
  • Parenting
Target audience
adult
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The everything parent's guide to teenage addiction : a comprehensive and supportive reference to help your child recover from addiction, Edward Lynam, MD and Ellen Bowers, PhD
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 21
  • Listen to Your Child
  • 93
  • Chapter 7
  • Normal Teenage Brain versus the Addicted Teenage Brain
  • 95
  • Addiction Impacts the Brain
  • 95
  • Hijacking the Brain
  • 96
  • Monster on the Face
  • Recognizing Demographics: Addiction Does Not Discriminate
  • 98
  • Brain Chemistry Changes with Drug Use
  • 99
  • Pleasure-Reward System
  • 102
  • Roles of Dopamine and Serotonin
  • 103
  • Permanent Damage: The Brain Is Rewired
  • 105
  • Chapter 8
  • 23
  • Substance Addictions
  • 109
  • Alcohol
  • 109
  • Methamphetamine
  • 113
  • Tobacco
  • 114
  • Marijuana
  • 116
  • Is There a Cure for Addiction?
  • Cocaine
  • 118
  • Prescription Drugs
  • 119
  • Heroin
  • 121
  • Ecstasy
  • 122
  • Chapter 9
  • Behavioral Addictions
  • 24
  • 123
  • Internet
  • 123
  • Gaming
  • 125
  • Pornography
  • 127
  • Texting/Sexting
  • 129
  • Spending and Shoplifting
  • Is Addiction a Disease or a Moral Issue?
  • 131
  • Gangs-Preoccupation with Crime
  • 133
  • Overeating or Undereating
  • 134
  • Relationship and Sex Addiction
  • 135
  • Chapter 10
  • Treatment Options for Your Teen
  • 137
  • 26
  • What to Expect in Rehabilitation Treatment: It's Not One Size Fits All
  • 137
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • 140
  • Medical Approaches to Adolescent Treatment
  • 141
  • Financial Considerations
  • 142
  • How to Find a Good Therapist
  • 143
  • Chapter 2
  • What Happens after Treatment?
  • 149
  • Chapter 11
  • Twelve Steps Approach
  • 150
  • History
  • 150
  • Success Rate
  • 151
  • Specific Groups That Can Help
  • What Causes Addiction?
  • 153
  • Alcoholics Anonymous for Young Adults
  • 154
  • Common Questions and Concerns
  • 158
  • Chapter 12
  • Baffling Aspects of Addiction
  • 163
  • Denial and Lying
  • 163
  • 27
  • Self-Destruction
  • 167
  • Preying on Those They Love the Most
  • 169
  • Charm, Charisma, Creativity, and Intelligence
  • 170
  • Emotional Immaturity
  • 172
  • Chapter 13
  • It's a Family Affair
  • Chapter 1
  • Predisposition
  • 173
  • Coping with the Effects on N on addicted Siblings
  • 173
  • Preserving Your Marriage and Balanced Life
  • 175
  • Strive for Normalcy, in Spite of the Addiction
  • 176
  • How Important Is Your Image?
  • 178
  • Maintaining Open Communication
  • 27
  • 181
  • Sanity Savers for You and Your Family
  • 182
  • Chapter 14
  • Spiritual Component
  • 184
  • New Ways to Think about Spirituality
  • 184
  • Developing Rituals of Meaning
  • 185
  • Genetic Factors
  • Meditation
  • 192
  • How to Find Kindred Souls
  • 195
  • Overcoming Negative Associations
  • 196
  • Finding a Higher Self
  • 199
  • Chapter 15
  • Emotional Sobriety
  • 29
  • 201
  • Hole in the Soul
  • 201
  • Peace for Yourself
  • 202
  • Ensuring Your Teenager's Serenity, No Matter What
  • 203
  • Quiet Within the Storm
  • 205
  • Help the Teen Create a Go-To Emergency Action List
  • Compulsivity
  • 206
  • Realize Clear Mental Choices
  • 207
  • Replace the Addict Friends with an Emergency Call List
  • 211
  • Chapter 16
  • Create Your Action Plan
  • 212
  • Your Role as a Support Person
  • 212
  • 31
  • Dealing with Cravings
  • 214
  • What to Do If There's a Relapse
  • 216
  • Dealing with the Aftermath
  • 219
  • Chapter 17
  • When to Cut Ties with an Older Teenage Addict
  • 223
  • Detachment
  • Immaturity
  • 223
  • Damage to Other Members of the Family
  • 225
  • Seeking Spiritual Solace
  • 228
  • Love the Person, Hate the Disease
  • 228
  • Savor Small Moments
  • 230
  • Chapter 18
  • 32
  • Healthy Self-Care for You and Your Family
  • 232
  • Strive for a Balance
  • 232
  • Exercise, Meditation, Social Connections
  • 237
  • Support Groups
  • 240
  • Therapy for Yourself
  • 241
  • Defining Important Terms
  • Prescription for Isolation and Shame
  • 242
  • Chapter 19
  • Alternative Treatment Approaches
  • 244
  • Music
  • 244
  • Sports
  • 246
  • Mindful Meditation
  • 34
  • 248
  • Nutritional Therapies
  • 250
  • Service and Work
  • 251
  • Equine Therapy
  • 252
  • Expressive Arts Therapies
  • 253
  • Chapter 20
  • Understanding Addiction in Teens
  • Use, Abuse, Tolerance, and Withdrawal
  • Maintenance: A New Norm
  • 256
  • A Routine for Healthy Sobriety
  • 256
  • Cultivating Self-Discipline
  • 257
  • Rewards Within the Family
  • 259
  • Forgive and Forget
  • 259
  • 34
  • Diligence Without Helicopter Surveillance
  • 260
  • Hang with New Peers
  • 261
  • Genuine Hope for New Beginnings
  • 262
  • Situational Triggers
  • 37
  • Chapter 3
  • Cultural Context of Addiction
  • 39
  • Addicted Society
  • 39
  • Media Pressures
  • 15
  • 41
  • Celebrity Factor
  • 43
  • Advertising
  • 46
  • Seeking an Identity
  • 49
  • Ethnic Pressures and Distractions
  • 50
  • Chapter 4
  • Defining Addiction
  • Factors in Teenage Addiction
  • 51
  • Parental Addiction
  • 51
  • Single-Parent Families
  • 52
  • Poverty
  • 53
  • Peer Influence
  • 53
  • 15
  • Violence in the Environment
  • 55
  • Role Models
  • 58
  • Specific Stressors
  • 61
  • Mental Illness in the Family
  • 64
  • Chapter 5
  • Why Does My Child Act That Way?
  • Consider a Historical Perspective
  • 66
  • Suspicious Behaviors
  • 66
  • Disappearing Money or Valuable Possessions
  • 68
  • Lower Grades in School
  • 69
  • Sudden Change in Choice of Friends
  • 70
  • Changing Manners: A Rude Awakening
  • 17
  • 71
  • My Teen Just Wants to Be Alone
  • 73
  • Scuffles with the Law
  • 77
  • Chapter 6
  • Prevention Methods
  • 80
  • Communication Matters
  • 80
  • Making Sense of Teen Culture
  • Question Everything: Required Reporting
  • 82
  • Recognize Early Warning Signs
  • 83
  • Clean Up Your Own Act
  • 89
  • Share Family Stories, Especially Skeletons in the Closet
  • 90
  • Encourage Normal Adolescent Developmental Tasks
  • 91
Control code
ocn889941184
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
304 pages
Isbn
9781440582974
Lccn
2014027147
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
616.8603 L99 ; XX-N ; DLG ; A14BP098.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 889941184
  • (OCoLC)889941184
Label
The everything parent's guide to teenage addiction : a comprehensive and supportive reference to help your child recover from addiction, Edward Lynam, MD and Ellen Bowers, PhD
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 21
  • Listen to Your Child
  • 93
  • Chapter 7
  • Normal Teenage Brain versus the Addicted Teenage Brain
  • 95
  • Addiction Impacts the Brain
  • 95
  • Hijacking the Brain
  • 96
  • Monster on the Face
  • Recognizing Demographics: Addiction Does Not Discriminate
  • 98
  • Brain Chemistry Changes with Drug Use
  • 99
  • Pleasure-Reward System
  • 102
  • Roles of Dopamine and Serotonin
  • 103
  • Permanent Damage: The Brain Is Rewired
  • 105
  • Chapter 8
  • 23
  • Substance Addictions
  • 109
  • Alcohol
  • 109
  • Methamphetamine
  • 113
  • Tobacco
  • 114
  • Marijuana
  • 116
  • Is There a Cure for Addiction?
  • Cocaine
  • 118
  • Prescription Drugs
  • 119
  • Heroin
  • 121
  • Ecstasy
  • 122
  • Chapter 9
  • Behavioral Addictions
  • 24
  • 123
  • Internet
  • 123
  • Gaming
  • 125
  • Pornography
  • 127
  • Texting/Sexting
  • 129
  • Spending and Shoplifting
  • Is Addiction a Disease or a Moral Issue?
  • 131
  • Gangs-Preoccupation with Crime
  • 133
  • Overeating or Undereating
  • 134
  • Relationship and Sex Addiction
  • 135
  • Chapter 10
  • Treatment Options for Your Teen
  • 137
  • 26
  • What to Expect in Rehabilitation Treatment: It's Not One Size Fits All
  • 137
  • Outpatient Treatment
  • 140
  • Medical Approaches to Adolescent Treatment
  • 141
  • Financial Considerations
  • 142
  • How to Find a Good Therapist
  • 143
  • Chapter 2
  • What Happens after Treatment?
  • 149
  • Chapter 11
  • Twelve Steps Approach
  • 150
  • History
  • 150
  • Success Rate
  • 151
  • Specific Groups That Can Help
  • What Causes Addiction?
  • 153
  • Alcoholics Anonymous for Young Adults
  • 154
  • Common Questions and Concerns
  • 158
  • Chapter 12
  • Baffling Aspects of Addiction
  • 163
  • Denial and Lying
  • 163
  • 27
  • Self-Destruction
  • 167
  • Preying on Those They Love the Most
  • 169
  • Charm, Charisma, Creativity, and Intelligence
  • 170
  • Emotional Immaturity
  • 172
  • Chapter 13
  • It's a Family Affair
  • Chapter 1
  • Predisposition
  • 173
  • Coping with the Effects on N on addicted Siblings
  • 173
  • Preserving Your Marriage and Balanced Life
  • 175
  • Strive for Normalcy, in Spite of the Addiction
  • 176
  • How Important Is Your Image?
  • 178
  • Maintaining Open Communication
  • 27
  • 181
  • Sanity Savers for You and Your Family
  • 182
  • Chapter 14
  • Spiritual Component
  • 184
  • New Ways to Think about Spirituality
  • 184
  • Developing Rituals of Meaning
  • 185
  • Genetic Factors
  • Meditation
  • 192
  • How to Find Kindred Souls
  • 195
  • Overcoming Negative Associations
  • 196
  • Finding a Higher Self
  • 199
  • Chapter 15
  • Emotional Sobriety
  • 29
  • 201
  • Hole in the Soul
  • 201
  • Peace for Yourself
  • 202
  • Ensuring Your Teenager's Serenity, No Matter What
  • 203
  • Quiet Within the Storm
  • 205
  • Help the Teen Create a Go-To Emergency Action List
  • Compulsivity
  • 206
  • Realize Clear Mental Choices
  • 207
  • Replace the Addict Friends with an Emergency Call List
  • 211
  • Chapter 16
  • Create Your Action Plan
  • 212
  • Your Role as a Support Person
  • 212
  • 31
  • Dealing with Cravings
  • 214
  • What to Do If There's a Relapse
  • 216
  • Dealing with the Aftermath
  • 219
  • Chapter 17
  • When to Cut Ties with an Older Teenage Addict
  • 223
  • Detachment
  • Immaturity
  • 223
  • Damage to Other Members of the Family
  • 225
  • Seeking Spiritual Solace
  • 228
  • Love the Person, Hate the Disease
  • 228
  • Savor Small Moments
  • 230
  • Chapter 18
  • 32
  • Healthy Self-Care for You and Your Family
  • 232
  • Strive for a Balance
  • 232
  • Exercise, Meditation, Social Connections
  • 237
  • Support Groups
  • 240
  • Therapy for Yourself
  • 241
  • Defining Important Terms
  • Prescription for Isolation and Shame
  • 242
  • Chapter 19
  • Alternative Treatment Approaches
  • 244
  • Music
  • 244
  • Sports
  • 246
  • Mindful Meditation
  • 34
  • 248
  • Nutritional Therapies
  • 250
  • Service and Work
  • 251
  • Equine Therapy
  • 252
  • Expressive Arts Therapies
  • 253
  • Chapter 20
  • Understanding Addiction in Teens
  • Use, Abuse, Tolerance, and Withdrawal
  • Maintenance: A New Norm
  • 256
  • A Routine for Healthy Sobriety
  • 256
  • Cultivating Self-Discipline
  • 257
  • Rewards Within the Family
  • 259
  • Forgive and Forget
  • 259
  • 34
  • Diligence Without Helicopter Surveillance
  • 260
  • Hang with New Peers
  • 261
  • Genuine Hope for New Beginnings
  • 262
  • Situational Triggers
  • 37
  • Chapter 3
  • Cultural Context of Addiction
  • 39
  • Addicted Society
  • 39
  • Media Pressures
  • 15
  • 41
  • Celebrity Factor
  • 43
  • Advertising
  • 46
  • Seeking an Identity
  • 49
  • Ethnic Pressures and Distractions
  • 50
  • Chapter 4
  • Defining Addiction
  • Factors in Teenage Addiction
  • 51
  • Parental Addiction
  • 51
  • Single-Parent Families
  • 52
  • Poverty
  • 53
  • Peer Influence
  • 53
  • 15
  • Violence in the Environment
  • 55
  • Role Models
  • 58
  • Specific Stressors
  • 61
  • Mental Illness in the Family
  • 64
  • Chapter 5
  • Why Does My Child Act That Way?
  • Consider a Historical Perspective
  • 66
  • Suspicious Behaviors
  • 66
  • Disappearing Money or Valuable Possessions
  • 68
  • Lower Grades in School
  • 69
  • Sudden Change in Choice of Friends
  • 70
  • Changing Manners: A Rude Awakening
  • 17
  • 71
  • My Teen Just Wants to Be Alone
  • 73
  • Scuffles with the Law
  • 77
  • Chapter 6
  • Prevention Methods
  • 80
  • Communication Matters
  • 80
  • Making Sense of Teen Culture
  • Question Everything: Required Reporting
  • 82
  • Recognize Early Warning Signs
  • 83
  • Clean Up Your Own Act
  • 89
  • Share Family Stories, Especially Skeletons in the Closet
  • 90
  • Encourage Normal Adolescent Developmental Tasks
  • 91
Control code
ocn889941184
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
304 pages
Isbn
9781440582974
Lccn
2014027147
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
616.8603 L99 ; XX-N ; DLG ; A14BP098.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 889941184
  • (OCoLC)889941184

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