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With Hope in My Heart: A Memoir Paperback – 26 Jun 2013
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As a withdrawal sufferer I found this book so informative and could relate to the real life experiences described by Bliss. It gives such a positive outlook and plenty of laughs which are so badly needed when in the throes of withdrawal. It also shows how hard it is to deal with the everyday challenges of life and how misunderstood people can be when going through withdrawal.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone whether in withdrawal or not as it is a fabulous story in it's own right and totally uplifting.
This is a must read. I loved every page.
This is a book that will appeal to anyone. I am buying it for friends as I know they will enjoy reading it as much as I did.
This is an entertaining as well as informative book about prescription drug withdrawal. Bliss has put a 'real life' context to withdrawal by describing what her life was like through her experience whilst highlighting many amusing, uplifting, and challenging incidents she went through on her way to recovery.
It's a fun, must read for both sufferers and non sufferers of withdrawal. Sufferers will empathize with Bliss' experiences and find it comforting, and at times amusing, to recognize many experiences similar to their own described by Bliss, and non sufferers will gain a valuable insight as to what real life can be like for somebody recovering from prescription medication while trying to cope with life.
As a person who has been through the withdrawal experience I highly recommend this book.