Poignant and moving stories from recovering addicts about how the unconditional love of their pets brought them from the horrors of active addiction to a life filled with hope and healing. Includes information on the disease of addiction with supporting medical research data throughout.
|Publisher:||Central Recovery Press, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Nancy A. Schenck: Nancy Schenck has over twenty-one years of publishing experience and has worked as a copywriter and editor. After losing her best dog friend, Happy, in a tragic event when she was fifteen, Schenck descended into the life of an out-of-control drug addict until she almost died of an overdose in 1982. She has been in recovery since then and found the strength to write her first book, Tails of Recovery, as part of the grieving process for her pet she lost over forty years ago.
Schenck lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with her partner, Tony, and their "baby," Sophie, a Labrador mix they rescued in 2006.