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While growing up, Ronald and his sister experienced first-hand what it was like living with a parent that was addicted to heroin. In Feel That: The Life of a Child of a Heroin Addict, Ronald recalls the mental and physical challenges that he and his sister endured because of his mother?s heroin addiction. Ronald?s raw description of his childhood will have you waiting anxiously for what?s written on the next page. Ronald takes us into a world few would admit to or speak about. Ronald takes us on a journey from his early childhood and how fast your family dynamics can change. Ronald hopes that by sharing his story, it will help others heal from the pain of being an addict or a child that had a parent as an addict. He also wants to share how the love of Christ helped him heal and restore the relationship with his mother. Feel That: The Life of a Child of a Heroin Addict is written for anyone that has been touched by witnessing a family member battle an addiction, battle an addiction themselves, or a child that suffered abuse at the hands of a parent or another sibling. Even though the book deals with heroin addiction, it still relates to all addictions and different types of abuse. There is a character or numerous characters in the book that we interact with daily because the person is either living in our household or is a family member.

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