Navigating the Madness of Family Dysfunction, Addiction, Alcoholism, and Heartache
By Annie Highwater
I feel like I’m drowning!
Does that describe you at times? Addiction, conflict, and dysfunction can destroy a family. But even in the depths of adversity and despair, there is hope. You can learn to cope and overcome the pitfalls:
• Drama, drama, drama
• The silent treatment
• How do I detach?
• Arguments and denial
• Division and grief
• We won’t be victims
You can find the means to not only persevere and find peace but create a life that is manageable and even amazing!
$13.95 Print ISBN 9781939844521
$4.99 eBook ISBN 9781939844538
Self-Help - Substance Abuse & Addictions/Personal Growth/PTSD
Freedom Fox Press
“Unbroken promotes boundaries and provides examples of self-care; something that can easily be overlooked when we love and care for an addict.” - Elsie Amata, author of Steps Along My Shore
“With input from experts in the field of addiction, alcoholism and family therapy...this book is a guidebook for anyone needing direction, hope and healing.” - Sherry Gaba, LCSW, Certified Recovery Coach and author
“Unbroken’s most important lesson is that we are all vulnerable. And only after we acknowledge this vulnerability can we truly start living.” - Daniel Skinner, Ph.D, Ohio University
Annie Highwater - writer, speaker, podcast host and family advocate. She is a life-long researcher of Behavioral Science with particular interests in family pathology and concepts of dysfunction, addiction, alcoholism and conflict. Annie resides in Columbus, Ohio and enjoys writing, long distance running, hiking, the great outdoors and visiting her son in Southern California as often as possible.