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NEWS – Book Reviews

Their stories might shake my world, but they will also give me realistic expectations and fill me with hope.

~ Sandy Swenson, Tending Dandelions: Honest Meditations for Mothers with Addicted Children
Illustration by Nishant Choksi

Adversity Needn’t Thwart or Define You. Here’s How to Cope

Elizabeth Smart’s “Where There’s Hope” offers advice on moving past trauma and its aftermath.
The New York Times – Book Review – Jul. 6, 2018

A Mother’s Pain, a Daughter’s Addiction

When Maureen Cavanagh, clicked on a link to a story headlined “Marblehead Honor Student Arrested for Prostitution,” her first thought was: “How very sad.” Then her feelings turned to horror.
The New York Times – Oct. 12, 2018

Saving Jake: A Powerful Family Memoir of Opioid Addiction

A Powerful Family Memoir of Opioid Addiction
Diary of a Broken Mind

Diary of a Broken Mind by Ann Moss

Families struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, and suicide will find compassion and solace in her resilience and honesty.