Trapped: Memoirs of an Ex-Meth Addict and Her Recovery out of the Insanity of It All
At age 14, Lori Stephens was thrown out into the streets by her mother. This was the beginning of a life no one deserves to endure, ever.
Through her struggle to stay alive, in a world she barely understood. Lori survived the next 30 years of drug and alcohol addiction, homelessness, rape, domestic violence, assault, conflict with the Law and jail. See how she was forced to resort to physical violence to stay alive.
How she escaped with the courage and the will to stay alive, out of the toughest trap from which one might ever have to escape. And her heroism to help others do the same, are all described profoundly in this book, and can only inspire and encourage every person in their daily lives.
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