Psychology of Addiction and Connection
Addiction is the dependency on drugs, narcotics, or any non-medicinal recreational material or addictive psychological patterns of pleasure-seeking activities used for its relaxing powers of perception. Addiction is the psychological phenomenon that develops dependency, withdrawal, recovery, and vicious relapse cycles that steal the precious moments of one’s life and career. The psychology of addiction is about making, building, and maintaining connections among the individuals who can help them out of these destructive and unproductive behaviors and practices.
Ali Muattar, as a counselor, psychologist, and researcher, worked with addictive clients, patients, and their caretakers for years in clinics and departments of mental health care. That helped him realize the gaps between theories and practices that many other professionals have experienced in their daily routines at these health care facilities. This book is for all those struggling with their addiction or loved ones, colleagues, partners, spouses, groups, or community members. You will find helpful strategies to deal with this behavior and connect with those who are not doing it. We hope that this book will help you quit addiction and build connections with healthy functioning and mindsets.
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I live in Karachi city, Pakistan. ANish publications publish this book. I have been a senior writer, researcher, and editor in the ANish platform for years while specializing in psychology, impacting information technology. I write about business, literature, human psychology, and technology in blogs and websites for clients and companies. As a writer, I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling.
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