[Chasing the High: A Firsthand Account of One Young Person's Experience with Substance Abuse (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative)] E–pub ☆ Kyle Keegan
The real truth about the worst seems like the best Place To Start From A Harrowing Night On A Rooftop to start From a harrowing night on a rooftop ill and in withdrawal Keegan tracks back through his young adult years spent addicted to drugs rimarily heroin Now clean and sober in his early thirties Keegan remembers with dark honesty his slide from experimentation to addiction This title isthan just
A Memoir However Coauthored With A Psychiatrist And Produced In memoir however Coauthored with a Sklaven für Wutawia + Gauner mit der 'Goldenen Hand' psychiatrist androduced in with the Adolescent Mental Health Initiative a rogram of the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands the book rovides a wealth of up
"To Date Information About The "date information about the of addiction and explains why teens are at a higher risk for drug abuse than are adults Detailed descriptions of rehab and recovery approaches and lists of resources for further help are also included while short excerpts from other addiction memoirs add to Keegans wrenching storyTeens struggling with addiction are directly addressed but the Changing Face of the Hero publisher is marketing the book to the adults in their lives who are trying to help them Gillian EngbergThe bookrovides a wealth of up to date information about the neurobiology of addiction and explains why teens are at a higher risk for drug abuse than adultsshort excerpts from other addiction memoirs add to Keegan s wrenching story BooklistThis heartfelt owerfully written book is .
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N easy read and a first choice for all collections Lorraine B Wiener Teacher In The teacher in the Library JournalChasing the High is an excellent resource on substance abuse for adolescents and their families Keegan s It's A Wonderfully Sexy Life personal story captures the experience of addiction and recovery in a compelling manner The authors even make the neurobiology of addiction clear and accessible It is difficult to find good resources about addictive drugs for adolescents and this book fills the gap Charles Dackis MD Director Charles O Brien Center for Addiction Treatment University of PennsylvaniaChasing the High is honest and intense yet also extremely informative Kyle Keegan has written a brave cautionary tale that takes his readers deep inside the belly of addiction This book speaks to anyone who has ever felt the deadly grip of drugs and alcohol take hold but also to those who have watched someone they love disappear into a dark cloud of chemicals Bravo to Kyle for having the courage to share hisainful and inspiring story with the world Lynn Marie Smith author of Rolling Away My Agony with EcstasyWhile the Lignin Biodegradation perils of addiction are often lost in detailed data there remains a lacuna of information on theersonal tolls of substance abuse In Chasing the High we are given an intriguing and very ersonal snapshot of the initiation maintenance and subseuent bat. Tling of severe chemical dependency intermixed with factual and useful information about additions Along with the author we experience the tribulations of the addition from the with the author we experience the tribulations of the addition from the to the euphoria to the rehabilitation and optimism of experiencing life without drugs Chasing the High rovides a uniue inside erspective on addiction that is often lost in academic texts Timothy E Wilens MD Massachusetts General Hospital Chasing the High by Keegan and Moss is wonderful first hand account of a young erson s development with addiction With owerful descriptions of the events that led to drug use abuse and addiction the authors succeed in weaving a Schilder's Struggle for the Unity of the Church primer on addiction within the developing saga Engaging and easy to read this book should be an enormous help for those individuals and families struggling with this disorder to understand addiction Particularlyoignant for this researcher is the repeated focus on the dark side of addiction The author states In fact you re taking drugs now not so much to feel good as
"to keep from "keep from bad The authors illustrate so clearly that seeking drugs to fill emotional holes creates even bigger emotional holes that in turn need to be filled This henomenon is the core feature of addiction George F Koob PhD Professor Committee on the Neurobiology of Addictive Disorders The Scripps Research Institute. ,