A painful but poignant account of a father's love of his addicted son, through years of rehab and relapse ... it gives a gut-wrenchingly real experience of how one person's addiction affects everyone else in their life and it gives hope that love and perseverance can win out, when it's tempered with toughness and resolve. Sons Meth, Reading, Book Call, Meth Addict, Books Tv Movies Mus, Fathers Journey, Beautiful Boys, Boys I, Good Books
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