I imagine you are breathing a huge sigh of relief as your loved one goes to treatment. It may feel like the heavy lifting is done and you can sit back and relax. Two things come to mind when I say that…
Jagged Little Edges
I think “Jagged No More” is the best book of the trilogy. Lorelie Rozzano has tied up many of the loose ends in her third book. Once again she paints a riveting picture of addiction and pain that helps families understand the complicated tragedies of addiction.
We meet Dee, who, in my opinion, was a peripheral character in the last 2 books. The audience sees her struggle with addiction and agonize over her decision to give her son to Lyndsey. We see Susan get stronger and stand her ground with her son Declan. We get a back seat to Lyndsey’s relationships with her husband and Dee’s child, as things unfold in her own life.
is a Vancouver-based Addictions Specialist and Family Therapist with training and experience in numerous areas related to healing and recovery from the devastation of addiction & alcoholism.