Drunks, Drugs & Debits
How to Recognize Addicts and Avoid Financial Abuse

Reader Comments

"Doug's book is an invaluable guide for spotting an addict.“ [read more]
— Kent Davis, Kent Davis Economic-Political Review financial newsletter

"This book surpasses all literature I have previously studied on this subject." [read more]
— William C. Van Duyne, Attorney at Law

"Doug offers a wealth of knowledge in understanding addictions and protecting one&Mac226;s self from physical, financial and emotional abuse. His work is essential for anyone struggling to make sense of the destructive or bizarre behaviors found in others."
Claudia Black, Author, It Will Never Happen to Me

"Everyone should read this book, as addiction affects all of us whether we know it or not." [read more]
— Robert Prechter, Elliott Wave Theorist financial newsletter

"I have read all three of Doug Thorburn’s books and am greatly impressed with his ability to educate without all the psycho-babble." [read more]
— Holly Hopkins Odom, Executive Director, I Saw You Safety & Scholarship Foundation, Inc.

"Doug Thorburn offers a unique perspective on alcoholism specifically and drug addiction in general....I highly recommend this unique, eye-opening book." [read more]
— Katherine Ketcham, Author, Beyond the Influence and Under the Influence

"An important book for all financial planning practitioners to read."
— Colin B. Coombs, CLU, CFP

" One of the most important books ever written.” [read more]
— Forest Tennant, Ph.D., Author, The Legal Identification of Drug Use

"The field of addiction needs this book and will benefit greatly f
rom this thoroughly researched and documented work." [read more]
— G. Douglas Talbott, M.D., FASAM, FACP, Past-President, American Society of Addiction Medicine

"A vital resource for psychotherapists."
— Eve Delunas, Ph.D., Marriage and Family Therapist (CA), author, Survival Games Personalities Play

"Contains vital financial information that everyone should know before becoming economically entangled with an addicted person."
— Terence T. Gorski, Author, Sober: and Staying That Way

" Great book that I recommend to everyone.”
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— Ken Schooland, Author, Gullible's Travels

"Told with passion and backed with facts, the book is a compelling look into the relationships among addiction, financial management and personality."
— Alice M. And Lisa L. Fairhurst, authors, Effective Teaching, Effective Learning: Making the Personality Connection in Your Classroom

"The book is well written and enjoyable to read."
— Tom Reilly, Manager

“I have recommended this book to clients suffering from the economic ruin caused by association with addicts." [read more]
— Mel Kreger, E.A., Attorney at Law

"Drunks, Drugs & Debits could save people much pain and, of course, thousands of dollars."
— Stephen Braun, author, Buzz: the Lore of Alcohol and Caffeine

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