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Jack Alan Levine

© 2016 by

Jack Alan Levine

My Addict Your Addict

Nationally known Author, Speaker & Addiction Expert is a 9-time author
and sought after national speaker to companies, colleges, religious groups and other organizations.
Over the last 30 years he has helped encourage and inspire thousands of people to live happier and more meaningful lives.
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This book is about addiction. Author Jack Levine has counseled thousands of people over the years who have gone through addiction, and knows what a torturous life it can be to be caught up in it. It’s an awful thing. 

He's experienced addiction in his own life and as a parent, as he watched his son struggle with addiction for years (it started when he was 18). 

Whether you are in the throes of addiction yourself or seeing a loved one suffer through it, this book can help you. Jack has results and solutions for real-life situations. Each person’s situation is different, but the root is the same for everybody. Through his own story, he can tell you what the choices are, the impacts of those choices, the results of those choices, and what sacrifices you’ll have to make to get where you want to be.

Do you know Jack?
  • "Jack saved my life"
     

  • "He explained it to me like nobody ever has"
     

  • "He was the first person in my life to ask me if I wanted help"
     

  • "He had faith in me even when I didn't have faith in myself"
     

  • "It was as if he could see inside my soul"
     

  • "Jack is real.. he's been there..he's done it. he knows what it takes"
     

  • "As a parent he could relate first hand to my pain and desperation"
     

  • “I met Jack in l999. He taught me a lot and helped me and my family a great deal.”
     

  • “I feel like I have purpose in my life today and I owe it all to Jack
     

  • “Jack Levine really cares about people.”
     

  • “As a recovering addict himself, he can reach people who are otherwise unreachable.”
     

  • “Jack was able to cut through the denial of addiction.”