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6/15/2009· Addiction Issues & Substance Abuse

Dysfunction at the Top: How Addiction Affects the Powerful

By: Martin Brenner

So many people wrongly assume that addiction is a problem that plagues the weak and the poor. Addiction does not leave anyone out. In fact, the rich and the powerful have their fair share of problems with addiction. They just have more resources to conceal and deal with the problems

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