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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 01-22-18

Whitney is funny, but shows a new side that is relatable

I love Whitney and have always felt like her in an odd way. Sarcastic, yet caring. Hearing her perform this book in her own words is what makes it even more amazing. You can hear her vulnerability and her truths. When she would tear up reading, I would be crying with her. She has always been a favorite of mine and this book just solidifies that. Thank you Whitney for being vulnerable and showing everyone things that most of us are to afraid to admit to ourselves or possibly don’t even realize we have.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 02-14-16

Eye opening, heart wrenching, especially for those with loved ones struggling.

It's hard to not know exactly what users are feeling or mental state is. This book opened my eyes on what the process is for them. It was sad yet had a sense of humor which I enjoyed. I loved that he opened up so many hard a painful emotions. I wish he would have spent longer about his last battle with crystal meth and the mindset he was in as well as the struggles associated with. That chapter was so short yet something I feel is very prevalent and needs to be opened up and discussed so we are better able to help those suffering. Overall it was awesome and I finished listening to it in one day!

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