New Worldwide Title
Help Them Beat the Booze
Edmund and Helen Tirbutt, co-authors of Beat the Booze, have had a new book called Help Them Beat the Booze published by Rodale, Pan Macmillan in July 2011.
"Three and a half years after the publication of our UK market-leading self-help book Beat the Booze, we have produced a new title that is just as relevant to all parts of the world as the UK.
Unlike Beat the Booze, it specifically aims to help the friends, families and work colleagues of problem drinkers, as opposed to the drinkers themselves.
It also includes details of some revolutionary new treatment methods that have been giving new hope to many inflicted by alcohol addiction. These do not appear in Beat the Booze, either as a result of being very recent or because they have been developed outside the UK.
Having had personal experience of addiction and in dealing with loved ones with alcohol addiction, we are confident that we have written a book that will be of huge use to many people worldwide in similar situations."
Helen and Edmund Tirbutt
Health Warning: Anyone who drinks heavily and is worried that they are addicted should not stop without getting professional advice first. Stopping without medical help can result in brain damage or even death.
"EXCEPTIONAL! A magnificent guide for anyone exploring recovery for themselves or a loved one."
— Genita Petrali, Founder & Medical Director, Shangri-La Organic Health Spa
"It is an inspirational book and will make a difference."
— Professor Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health, Lancaster University Management School
"One of the most constructive, practical books on alcohol I've seen."
— Marilyn Warnick, Books Editor at The Mail on Sunday
"A first-class publication that contains a wealth of practical information for patients, families and the general public alike. It is highly commendable."
— Professor Ian Gilmore, President, Royal College of Physicians
"I'm so glad to see a book written from such a practical doable perspective."
— Jim Mergens, Executive Director, Moderation Network
"Inspiring, insightful and important."
— Rahul Luther, Managing Director, Arel Hope Recovery Services
"Well informed and eminently readable – a first class production."
— Professor Griffith Edwards, Emeritus Professor of Addiction Behaviour, National Addiction Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
"A must read for anyone in any way connected with this illness."
— Keith Burns, MD ADMIT Services Group, Rehab Referral Specialists