A powerful true story about loving and losing a loved one to addiction.
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A beautifully written true story about addiction, grief and love.@ScrtDrugAddict
I can honestly say Alison captured addiction and everything that goes with it perfectly. I learnt so much about grief too.Matt Ingram, Endless Possibilities
- Grief has changed me.I’m sat in my kitchen trying to persuade my husband to let my nephew come and stay. He’ll be a big help I tell him knowing full well he has every inch of his project carefully mapped out. He’s doing our garden. It’s a huge undertaking and I know that everything needs to happen inContinue reading “Grief has changed me.”
- Addiction is not a choiceI’m reading the most beautiful book by Giles Paley-Phillips. It’s called One Hundred and Fifty-two days and it’s just about the most beautiful thing I have ever read. Giles is a children’s author but I wasn’t familiar with his books. Instead I came across him on twitter as he often tweets about positivity and mentalContinue reading “Addiction is not a choice”
- Podcast with Traver Boehm: I talk about surviving the loss of a family member to addictionShortly after releasing my book my wonderful friend, Cath put me in touch with Traver Boehm. I wasn’t familiar with him at the time but they shared a mutual friend and he had kindly agreed to interview me for The UNcivilized Podcast. Now I hate the sound of my own voice but I’ll happily talkContinue reading “Podcast with Traver Boehm: I talk about surviving the loss of a family member to addiction”