On the night of August 18, 2009, her beloved 32-year old daughter died of a drug overdose.
Despite all the sorrow, this story is neither gloomy nor depressing, but rather an unflinching and compelling account of one woman's life, and her daughter whom she did not abandon to the bitter end. The story is topical and relevant, and needs to be read by every family trying to cope with the problem of addiction. If you also feel at a loss when dealing with your addicted loved ones, then you must read this book for your own sanity.
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Glad to have a book where somebody understands that the system we have now is not working and that addicts are people to not garbage.