Winning the Drug War at Home by Kathy Pride


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WINNING THE DRUG WAR AT HOME deals with Kathy Pride’s struggle and anger when she discovers her 17 year old son is using marijuana.  As a mother, she offers hope in the midst of heartache and pain.

The narratives at the opening of each chapter chronicle events that occur during a 16-month period of time.  This time begins once the Pride’s son is court-ordered to participate in a therapeutic wilderness program in Utah and culminates with his departure for college.  A unique feature of this book is the excerpts from letters that their son wrote while in Utah.  You will be moved to observe the perspectives of both the teen and his parents.

This book will equip hurting parents and teens to let go of the hurt, confusion and loss of dreams – and restore hope and broken relationships.

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Weight 1 lbs