By Deborah L. Haller, Charlene Woodard Motley (auth.), Ronald R. Watson (eds.)
In Addictive Behaviors in ladies, top specialists from psychiatry, psychology, sociology, and social paintings concisely overview the addictive approach and the attribute behaviors of ladies who're depending on alcohol and/or medicines. subject matters contain why ladies smoke, the position of character in woman dependancy, sexuality concerns in chemically established girls, weight loss diet and alcohol use in ladies, alcohol's function in sexual attack, and the influence of drug abuse at the family members and being pregnant.
Addictive Behaviors in girls illuminates the explanations and results of the numerous way of life judgements ladies make that result in dependancy to medications, paintings, intercourse, playing, or to any of the various different optionally available facets of our lives. It indicates how addictive judgements should be shunned and/or taken care of, thereby making women's lives more secure, extra efficient, and healthier.
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