How Methamphetamine Abuse Affects Spousal Relationships
An Independent Research Project Explored in the Greater Boston Area of Massachusetts
About the Book
How Methamphetamine Abuse Affects Spousal Relationships relay a great deal of extremely relevant information about Methamphetamines and the destruction is causes on families. Much of the information also focuses on the pattern of behaviors that brings destructive traits to a spousal relationship and how substance abuse plays a role in those relationships. The information shared here is vital for victims of the people who use drugs. This research project is considered to be some of the most important pieces of literature about drug abuse today.
About the Author
Tracy S. Moore was born May 13, 1978 in Brooklyn, New York. She came to Boston, Massachusetts at a very early age. She attended Roxbury Community College in Boston, Massachusetts and received an associate's degree in Liberal Arts in 2005 then another associates degree in Biological Science in 2007. She attended Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health with a Concentration in Community Health Education in 2008. Then, she attended Cambridge College and received a Masters of Education degree on June 13, 2010 in Counseling Psychology with a Concentration in Marriage & Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling and Addiction Counseling. This is her first publication.