Our New eBook
Many of us would like a guide to getting through one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. We decided to create that guide.
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When it came to putting together our first eBook, we decided to begin with a comprehensive resource that helps to through addiction, particularly in the early stages when individuals are often left feeling helpless and alone. However, while this eBook was conceived as being for the loved ones of someone struggling with addiction, it’s also relevant to those suffering from addiction.
It’s hard to watch someone spiraling from addiction, but there’s a cure to your helplessness with our eBook, Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction.
Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction is your on-demand companion that supports you through your struggle with addiction, whether it’s your own or that of a loved one.
To be clear, the eBook is not a quick fix as, unfortunately, there is no quick fix for addiction. But being informed about addiction, how it’s treated, and what it means to be in recovery can be the difference between surviving addiction and getting defeated by it.
Providing a roadmap to recovery, Surviving Addiction was designed to help you through the first steps on the road to lasting sobriety.
We created Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction as a comprehensive resource to help you deal with a substance abuse problem.
Here’s some of what you can expect in the eBook:
Answer a couple simple questions using our secure form to have our eBook delivered directly to your email inbox. For free.
Disclaimer: Photos showing “Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction” as a physical book are mock-ups created to better conceptualize the eBook format. All free copies of the eBook are digital PDF files that are deliverable only by email.
Although we do like knowing who we’re speaking to, one of the main reasons we ask for your name (as well as certain other questions for that matter) is so we can keep track of who’s receiving a free copy of our eBook, Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction.
There are many situations in which knowing the name of recipients of our eBook would be valuable. Perhaps the most obvious example of such a scenario would be if someone were to repackage our eBook as their own (i.e. plagiarism). In that situation, we could check our records to see if that individual had downloaded our eBook previously.
Additionally, having this information may give us the ability to provide more effective support for any potential concerns or questions related to our eBook.
Because the eBook is delivered by email, the only way to receive a free copy of Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction by providing your email address.
As with your name, collecting your mobile phone number helps us have more complete records. Moreover, it’s useful for if you ever need assistance with the eBook as we’d have a number on-hand to more directly reach out to you with a solution.
Our eBook, Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction, was created to help people through what’s objectively one of the most difficult experiences a person can have. Sure, we could have sold the eBook, but giving the eBook away for free means getting the eBook into more hands at a much quicker pace.
And with addiction claiming millions upon millions of lives each year, every single second counts.
Our eBook, Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction, is delivered by email.
To request a complimentary copy of our eBook, Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction, fill out our designated secure form, located just above. (Click here to go to the form.)
Since eBook delivery is automated, you should receive your free copy of our eBook, Surviving Your Loved One’s Addiction, within just a few minutes.
If you’ve submitted our eBook request form and have not received an email containing the eBook, please check your spam/junk folder as it’s possible that your spam filters diverted your copy of the eBook.
However, if you have still not received the eBook after 1 hour, contact us at [email protected].
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