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Perhaps if I wanted to gang up on someone with a lot of people, I might think otherwise.
How To Change Someone You Love: Four Steps To Help You Help Them by Brad Lamm This book tells how to help a loved one stop with self destructive behavior.
If you have a loved one who needs help with any sort of addiction, then you need to get this book.
Redundant wording and lots of common sense ideas. Not as I expected. There was more hands on material that is already open to interpretation.Published 8 months ago by M.Martin
There is much help in this book with how to cope with wayward addicted friends or family. I highly recommend it.Published 16 months ago by rapitt2
A thought provoking read...and a challenge to act. Courageousness required and supplied by this one. A great Segway into change.Published 20 months ago by Jeffrey Rocco
I was hoping for help in coping. This was mainly how to get them into rehab. Already tried that. Rehab for one month was very expensive beyond that impossible to afford and yes one... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Lori
This is not a book about how to help someone change who has minor problems. This is written for people who want to change loved ones with BIG problems like destructive addictions. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by Work of Life
Contains simple interventions for pertinent issues of life.
Shows the importance of a circle of change that involves the proactive approach of a support system to the... Read more
As a holistic psychotherapist who has worked with people suffering with addictions and OCD for over 35 years, I was eager to read this book. Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by Nicole S. Urdang
I used Brad Intervention ,they are nice until they get their money.
From the book you think they are nice people.But when they got my money they sing different tune . Read more
"Consider how hard it is to change yourself and you'll understand what little chance you have in trying to change others."
That is my two cents on this book. Read more