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The Blind Truth of Addiction in Society: Drug Addiction Caused by Unemployment, Lack of Education, and Poverty

The Blind Truth of Addiction in Society: Drug Addiction Caused by Unemployment, Lack of Education, and Poverty

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Longueur: 30 pages18 minutes

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Discover The Blind Truth of Addiction in Society.
Today only, get this Kindle book for just $0.99. Regular priced is at $5.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to understand the other factors surrounding drug addiction.
Society has always looked at drugs and addiction as the root causes of crimes, unemployment, financial problems, and lack of proper education for many people. However, it’s high time to dig deeper into the topic of drug use and addiction. Look at and understand the other side of the coin. What if drug addiction and use are caused by unemployment, lack of education, and poverty? What if problems like increasing crime rates are not directly related to drugs? These are the main points that several experts like Dr. Carl Hart, Associate Professor of Psychology in Columbia University, explored in their studies. Dr. Hart wrote the groundbreaking book about the neuroscience behind addiction “High Price: A Neuroscientist’s Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know about Drug and Society”.
Taking notes from his teachings and other resources, this book will give you an idea about how society gained misleading information about drug use, drug addiction, drug users, and substances’ effects on people. Most of the information is caused by generalizing drug users, which results in the social construct that all people who use these substances are bad influences. In reality, however, perennial social issues may be the ones that trigger drug addiction.
In this book you will find:
•Drug Addiction, Crimes, and Experts Studying the Trends
•Misconceptions about Drugs, Drug Use, and Addiction
•Do All Drug Users have Drug Problems?
•Are drugs the main cause of crime?
•Drug Users Display Violent and Unusual Behavior
•The gateway to other drugs
•Society Problems as Causes of Drug Use and Addiction
•The Better Future: Change in Perspectives, Drug Education and Policies
•Decriminalize Drugs to Provide Alternatives

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The Blind Truth of Addiction in Society: Drug Addiction Caused by Unemployment, Lack of Education, and Poverty

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The Blind Truth of Addiction in Society: Drug Addiction Caused by Unemployment, Lack of Education, and Poverty

Longueur: 30 pages18 minutes

Description

Discover The Blind Truth of Addiction in Society.
Today only, get this Kindle book for just $0.99. Regular priced is at $5.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to understand the other factors surrounding drug addiction.
Society has always looked at drugs and addiction as the root causes of crimes, unemployment, financial problems, and lack of proper education for many people. However, it’s high time to dig deeper into the topic of drug use and addiction. Look at and understand the other side of the coin. What if drug addiction and use are caused by unemployment, lack of education, and poverty? What if problems like increasing crime rates are not directly related to drugs? These are the main points that several experts like Dr. Carl Hart, Associate Professor of Psychology in Columbia University, explored in their studies. Dr. Hart wrote the groundbreaking book about the neuroscience behind addiction “High Price: A Neuroscientist’s Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know about Drug and Society”.
Taking notes from his teachings and other resources, this book will give you an idea about how society gained misleading information about drug use, drug addiction, drug users, and substances’ effects on people. Most of the information is caused by generalizing drug users, which results in the social construct that all people who use these substances are bad influences. In reality, however, perennial social issues may be the ones that trigger drug addiction.
In this book you will find:
•Drug Addiction, Crimes, and Experts Studying the Trends
•Misconceptions about Drugs, Drug Use, and Addiction
•Do All Drug Users have Drug Problems?
•Are drugs the main cause of crime?
•Drug Users Display Violent and Unusual Behavior
•The gateway to other drugs
•Society Problems as Causes of Drug Use and Addiction
•The Better Future: Change in Perspectives, Drug Education and Policies
•Decriminalize Drugs to Provide Alternatives

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