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The gripping autobiography by Maureen Cavanagh If You Love Me is the story of a woman who unexpectedly finds herself on the front lines of the heroin crisis while her daughter battles drug use disorder. Maureen's extraordinary odyssey through the drug epidemic is essentially a profoundly touching mother-daughter tale, fast-paced and heart-warming, tragic and redemptive. After Katie is set to rehab by Mike and Maureen, Maureen goes to bed that night thinking she can see…
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The gripping autobiography by Maureen Cavanagh If You Love Me is the story of a woman who unexpectedly finds herself on the front lines of the heroin crisis while her daughter battles drug use disorder. Maureen’s extraordinary odyssey through the drug epidemic is essentially a profoundly touching mother-daughter tale, fast-paced and heart-warming, tragic and redemptive. After Katie is set to rehab by Mike and Maureen, Maureen goes to bed that night thinking she can see her daughter back in 48 hours. She battles to save Katie’s life, knocking down doors with Mike on the city’s seedy side, kidnapping Katie outside a grocery store, and fighting the drug use addiction tabou in her picturesque New England city. Maureen is thrown into the dark realm of overcrowded rehab centers, which often devour financially concerned families. When Katie races away from one clinic to another, not overcoming her distress, Maureen realizes that even as she is an specialist to bring many men and women into rehab and recovery facilities, she is unable to rescue her own daughter. The incredible story of Maureens takes the drug epidemic out of the darkness and bring it in front of us.


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The gripping autobiography by Maureen Cavanagh If You Love Me is the story of a woman who unexpectedly finds herself on the front lines of the heroin crisis while her daughter battles drug use disorder. Maureen’s extraordinary odyssey through the drug epidemic is essentially a profoundly touching mother-daughter tale, fast-paced and heart-warming, tragic and redemptive. After Katie is set to rehab by Mike and Maureen, Maureen goes to bed that night thinking she can see her daughter back in 48 hours. She battles to save Katie’s life, knocking down doors with Mike on the city’s seedy side, kidnapping Katie outside a grocery store, and fighting the drug use addiction tabou in her picturesque New England city. Maureen is thrown into the dark realm of overcrowded rehab centers, which often devour financially concerned families. When Katie races away from one clinic to another, not overcoming her distress, Maureen realizes that even as she is an specialist to bring many men and women into rehab and recovery facilities, she is unable to rescue her own daughter. The incredible story of Maureens takes the drug epidemic out of the darkness and bring it in front of us.

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