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Letters to Matt Paperback – July 30, 2020
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MaryBeth's journey through the loss of her son highlights the devastating im-pact that addiction has on the lives of so many people, not just the person battling the disease. As chronicled in this book, channeling her grief into relentless advocacy, she has been instrumental in the creation and passage of new laws addressing substance use disorder. -STEPHANIE L. HANSEN, Delaware State Senator, 10th District
By turning her pain into purpose, MaryBeth's journey recounts the heartbreak of countless American families who've experienced the tragedy of the over-dose crisis. Her love for Matt transcends off the page and into the soul of every single loved one who shares this common heartbreak. -RYAN HAMPTON, Activist and author of American Fix: Inside the Opioid Addiction Crisis-and How to End It
MaryBeth's journey through her son's addiction to the ultimate loss of his life is a heartbreaking one, to say the least. MaryBeth is a warrior mother who has, and still does, offer her grief to support one more family lost in the same crisis. This book is a must read! -TIM RYAN, Thought Leader, Dope To Hope LLC
Letters to Matt is a powerful book that voices what many of us feel after loss of our child yet too afraid to say aloud. A definite must read for anyone who has lost a child. -LYNDA CHELDELIN FELL, International Grief Institute
- Publisher : AlyBlue Media (July 30, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 328 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1950712346
- ISBN-13 : 978-1950712342
- Item Weight : 15.5 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.74 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #475,034 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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By B. Granberg on August 25, 2020
As a mother of a child who suffered from substance abuse, MaryBeth slams it out of the park with describing our harrowing journey of trying to find our loved ones help.
We are stigmatized by first responders, health professionals, medical professionals and all walks of life.
Marybeth through her pain, began writing, reached out to support others (myself included) , became an advocate with grief support groups, fought big pharma , and worked hard to revolutionize legislation for addiction treatment.
Whether you or your loved ones suffer from substance abuse or not, I highly recommend you read this book! Over 80 million families are affected by the opioid crisis that big pharma such as Purdue had a major hand in. Get educated! Marybeth Chihocki is a warrior and an inspiration to us all.