Trapped: Memoirs of an Ex-Meth Addict and Her Recovery Out of the Insanity of It All (Google eBook)
At the age of 14, a girl barely aware of responsibility, safety or survival, Lori L. Stephens was thrown out into the streets by her mother. This would be the beginning of a life no one deserves to endure, ever. With nowhere to go, confused and frightened beyond comprehension, she settled in inside of a small washroom of a condo complex. Curled up as small as she could make herself, she lay abandoned. What happen next can only be adequately described in the pages within..., and this was only the beginning. Through her struggle to stay alive in a world she barely understood, with non-existent parents from a broken home, this young girl met adversity headlong, with no recourse at her disposal. In the memoirs of the next 30 years of her life of drug and alcohol abuse, with METHAMPHETAMINES as her mainstay, you will learn how she was forced to resort to physical violence to stay alive. Stabbing one of her rapists was only the beginning. Domestic violence, conflict with the Law, jail, how she escaped with the courage, the will to stay alive, and the guts to persevere through an impossible road out of the toughest trap from which one might ever have to escape, Lori L. Stephens overcomes impossible adversity. And in result, this woman's strength to overcome-and her heroism to help others do the same, through 6 years in recovery, and living a life she never dreamed possible, are all described profoundly in this book, and can only inspire and encourage every person in their daily lives.
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Review: TrappedUser Review - Deana Smith - Goodreads
Amazing true story. Hard to put down. Read full review
Review: TrappedUser Review - Gina - Goodreads
Read this book in one sitting. Kept me on the edge of my seat. Lori Stephens tells a detailed story of her struggle with meth. I totally felt her pain. Read full review
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