Death of a Family


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By Sherree Sheridan

ISBN: 978-1-78382-035-1
Published: 2013
Pages: 66
Key Themes: Mental Health, Family, Relationships, Substance Abuse, Depression


This is the true story of a family torn apart by drugs and alcohol. Sherree tells the story of how her blue eyed blonde haired perfect son, fell into the trap of drugs and alcohol. What follows is years of what can only be described as hell by Sherree. Her lovely polite son had turned into a stranger. With each day that passed, Sherree fell deeper into a depression. Just when Sherree thought it could not get any worse, it did. Her son was involved in a high-speed serious car crash.

About the Author

Sherree Sheridan was born in 1964 in Liverpool. She is now the mother of 2 children. She is a trained therapist and a writer. Her interests include writing fact and fiction novels and poetry, she is also a keen photographer, mainly photographing animals and nature in it is many forms. Sherree is now putting her experiences to use and trying to help other people who have gone through what she has, or are still going through it at present.


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