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The Road Way Less Traveled: Starting recovery young by Ken Montrose
This workbook addresses questions frequently asked by young people new to recovery: What will I do? Who will I spend time with? How will I get through life without drugs? Why are drugs so hard to quit? The text underscores how the resilience of youth is eventually overwhelmed by the progressive nature of addiction. Contains a parable about burning down houses infested with singing rats.
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The Introduction follows:
Young people trying to get clean and sober often ask certain questions about life without alcohol and other drugs. The questions they ask most often are:
– What will I do?
– Who will I spend time with?
– How will I get through college or the military without drinking?
– How will I handle special occasions like my 21st? Graduation? My wedding reception?
– Why are drugs so hard to quit?
This substance abuse workbook tries to help you answer some of these questions. As you go through the workbook, try to be as honest with yourself as you can. No matter how you answer the questions, stay clean and sober.
From the author of this substance abuse workbook, Ken Montrose:
The last time I had a drink, I made an illegal left turn at 3:00 a.m. and hit a county sheriff. I was $35K in debt and soon to be divorced. I had just gotten kicked out of my Ph.D. program.