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Addiction 101 by Dr Phillip Terrance

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Sep 29th, 2014
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Addiction 101 by Dr Phillip Terrance

It's long title is Addiction 101: How to Recognize and Treat an Opiate Addiction.   There are so many issues with this "book" that I'm not sure where to start.  First, if Terrance really is a "Dr", he must be a non-native English speaking one.  The book is full of spelling and grammatical errors.  Second, it's not really a book.  This is more of an "article" that is less than 10 Pages in length and that includes the front matter and all other extras that included with a published work.

Terrance has some other self-help books on the market, unrelated to addiction, and these are being published at the rate of about one PER DAY!  Now, if you're churning out a book (pamphlet) per day, or more, they are undoubtedly dog poo and nothing original.   In his book description alone he has categorically false information.  He states about Opiate Addiction, "It has a kill rate of 100% as it completely destroys the body over time".  I get what he's trying to say but he clearly swiped this stat from someplace else and then used it out of context.  I am an "opiate addict" and I am not dead nor headed that way anytime soon as I have found a solution - and it wasn't in this book.  However, if you don't believe me and want to experience this disaster for yourself, you can find it below:

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