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This book is not about how to treat the addict, and not necessarily how to help the addict through addiction, though some of that is covered. What the book focuses on is how the caregiver can either fall prey to the addict’s whims and denigrate herself, or decide how she must continue on with her life. In Cyndee’s case, she realized that staying strong was a saving grace that helped her family. In When Your Heart Belongs to an Addict, Cyndee addresses the many ways she re-found herself and her purpose. That is what she teaches here. Her strength comes through in these pages. It’s a strength she passes on to others in similar situations. She gives examples of problems and how she attacked them and made corrections in her life. Anyone needing this kind of help will find solutions here that they can put into practice.
I have never been around drugs. Reading what Cyndee endured and how she improved her life and the lives of her sons – how she bettered herself through her health and spiritual practices, and teaching others – even for me, the lights went on in my mind again and again. I experienced many epiphanies, new awareness in improving life overall.
I highly recommend this book as a reference guide to anyone dealing with a family member or close friend suffering from drug addiction. Even for those not dealing with drug addiction, this is a book that can help many in improving their lives. This is not an easy read. It is a book to keep and refer back to time and again. I would give it 10 stars, but Amazon allows only 5 as the highest rating.
Thank you, Cyndee, for your honesty and sharing! You are an amazing person and writer, and I am happy you chose to share your talent and your self with us!