Jagged No More
All the different story lines are intertwined with Lyndsay continuing to be the common thread. She becomes solid in her own recovery and continues to help others where she can. She experiences a spectrum of emotions as the story of life unfolds and she goes through it all sober.
Oh, How I Relate
I can relate to this third book in so many ways. As a parent wanting to protect my children, but not being able to until I clearly understand my role in their lives and situations. Having to let go of people I love and let them find their own path has been a theme in my life for many years. I understood the feeling of life being full and joyful while being overwhelming and complicated. It’s hard not to manipulate the outcome and trust that the powers that be know what it going on. There have been many times where I have had to let go of control and just trust.
I am sad to see this series come to an end. Having gotten to know the characters intimately and continue to want to see how their lives unfold. I can always hope Lorelie Rozzano will write a fourth book and continue the story of these inspirational characters.
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.