Alyse was only a child when the pills entered her household and changed the course of her life. They ultimately led her and her family down a permanent path of devastation. But who was at fault?
In a country where addicts’ stories have become a dime a dozen, we are desensitized to the devastating world of narcotics and the far-reaching impact each new prescription can have. What happens to the children who are left in the wake of such an epidemic?
Alyse bravely answers these questions as she delves into her own memories and shocking family secrets. What emerges is a surprising new meaning of family, support, and understanding.
The recently published memoir by Alyse Neibaur, Raised by Narcotics: Growing up in the Opioid Epidemic, is giving readers a surprise ending. After detailing horrors of abuse and overdoses, Alyse advocates for those affected by opioid addiction to know they’re not alone.
Her intriguing story of transforming pain into compassion is one worth exploring. I was grateful for the opportunity to meet with the author to learn more about her message amid the opioid epidemic the United States is currently experiencing.
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