It is commonly stated that as many as 70 percent of all chemically dependent people who attempt to stop drinking or using, will experience relapse, and often more than once. By using an analogy of the sinking of the Titanic and the loss of its passengers, Claudia Black brings a new insight and overview to the issues of relapse and the illusion of immunity. This was the ship that was unsinkable and, even as the ship was going down, people assumed that they were in no immediate danger. Claudia uses stories and electronic graphics to underline key points that deal with understanding and preventing relapse.
This video can by utilized for a wide range of addictive disorder relapses—from alcohol and drug addictions, to sex, work, spending and gambling addictions, to food and relationship addictions.
For more information or to purchase this DVD, visit the Claudia Black Library at Central Recovery Press.
- addictive relationships
- alcohol addiction
- chemical dependency
- drug addiction
- sexual addiction
- work addiction