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Detach with Love is the story of an articulate, intelligent and loving son who turned from a normal eighteen year old about to start university, into a chronic alcoholic in just nine short years. It is a tragic true life story told by his mother and written using testimony taken from the diaries he wrote while in rehab. It routes the tragic path he chose to take - binge dr ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 28th 2013 by FeedARead.com
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Beautifully written

Touched my sole. Really opened my eyes to my addict husband and our 3 boys. Must read for addicts and families.
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Margaret Searle originally trained as a home economist and food chemist working for major food companies, where she successfully developed new recipes for production. She left work to have her first child, loving motherhood so much that she decided to be a home-maker rather than a working mum.

Whilst expecting her fourth child she began studying for her degree, majoring on English literature and t
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