Addict Child invites you to read about a family’s struggle with addiction and redemption. http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0762SYXZ5
I am the mother of two adult daughters, both much loved and cared for. The eldest thought she could handle social drinking and party drugs, she could not. There is a journey addicts relate to - their journey. As a mother I have healed through the written word. This is my journey.
On Monday I was interviewed by Selina talking about my book Addict Child on Talk Radio Europe. What an enjoyable experience. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0762SYXZ5
If you have read my book Addict Child – A Mother’s Journey, and found interest in the content, please leave a review on Amazon – Thank you – It is … Continue reading Please leave your footprint
A gift from someone who gained an insight into our family struggle with addiction. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0762SYXZ5
In 2014 I starting to post daily on my blog charting the journey I was forced to take alongside my daughter’s decline; to date I have received over 50,000, and … Continue reading Stats for Addictchild.com – The Blog
Addict Child – A Mother’s Journey is now available to buy on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. The Kindle ap can be downloaded on any device. Lesley Sefton is … Continue reading Addict Child – Now available in Paperback
After five days in publication, I want to say thank you, to so far: nine hundred readers who have downloaded my book Addict Child on Amazon. Paperback available soon. Though comments … Continue reading I invited family, friends and strangers to view our struggle with addiction.
Due to police intervention, I decided to stop posting daily. Years later, I have weaved the threads of the blog into a book: Addict Child — The reason is explained there. http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0762SYXZ5 … Continue reading Why did I stop blogging Addict Child?
My child is an alcoholic drug abuser. There are periods when she is sober. When she is welcomed back into our lives, but she drifts back out taking our broken … Continue reading Why did my child become an addict?
Winston, a West Highland White Terrier, who has the biggest of ears, is Laura and Ricky’s baby.