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Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) - An Addict's Mom's Guide to Peace - cover

Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) - An Addict's Mom's Guide to Peace

Sandy L. Sherman

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Find The Love, Patience, and Insight to Take Your Life Back        What does it look and feel like to be a Mother of an Addict? How does a Mother’s unconditional love help her child’s addiction?        Sandy Sherman is a Mother of 2 addicts – a Daughter and a Son. For 5 years she felt her life was spiraling down into a pit of despair, fear, helplessness, grief that was consuming her life. She felt alone and humiliated and the dreams she had for her kids were all gone as she witnessed their addictions take over their bodies and souls. Sandy learned to live her life by deciding to take her life back. Through educating herself about the disease of addiction by reading, talking with other Mom’s, helping to counsel others and sharing her story, she has written Stronger in hopes of inspiring Mom’s to take action.
Available since: 06/09/2017.
Print length: 109 pages.

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