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Janet takes the reader on her difficult journey forming an organization to bring light to this issue, and also in her challenges dealing with politicians who often don’t appear to care. In the process she also outlines some potential solutions she sees in tackling this epidemic facing society.
crisis in our culture. The answer will be found at the grass roots level of citizens taking action as this book so clearly defined. It shed light on the inaction of many spineless elected politicians and bureaucrats .The lack of moral compass in the public and private sector in addressing this problem was illustrated in every chapter. Janet’s compassion for those individuals and their families suffering from the plague of addiction was inspiring and motivational.
Thank you Janet...the struggle continues, and will advance thanks to people like you.
Prevention is key this book is a powerful tool to recognize and prevent.
Janet and the people who have continued their support of her efforts deserve great adulation. For those who know little about the history of our “do nothing leaders” or need to be reminded that the epidemic did not start yesterday and had the support of too many otherwise decent people need to read this book. At some point, North America will reach the tipping point where they have become disgusted with the damage and destruction from the opioids. I hope this book is the beginning impetus.
“StoppNow” is an excellent start for those who have recently been affected personally or by a loved one addicted or died from the opioids. The book is also a refresher on reminding those of us who have been aware of the epidemic how incredibly ingenious the drug companies have been to bring destruction and death behind the vernacular of “logical explanations” and unscrupulous attorneys.