By Tim White,Kimberly M. Smith
From the outlet bankruptcy, Tim White’s memoir on the finish OF the line: ONE MAN’S trip FROM CHAOS TO readability takes a gritty, sincere examine the realities of drug and alcohol dependancy and the brain of an addict. It asks difficult questions: Can someone switch? Can an individual flow past a tricky adolescence? Or, is it occasionally too late?
Tim White’s youth was once no effortless street to trip. As his mom gave start in a Florida sanatorium to her fourth son, born of her 3rd marriage, his father battled an habit to heroin in a German health center. Shuffled from family to loved ones, Tim spent the higher a part of his youth in a Jacksonville local stated by way of the police as Sin urban. He sought after in simple terms to slot in, to belong, to be loved.
As his drug and alcohol habit elevated, so did his problems. It wasn’t lengthy ahead of he’d suppose the tight grip of handcuffs, expelled from university after institution. habit is a revolutionary disorder, and, as undefined, Tim’s was once simply commencing to stake a declare. One undesirable selection after one other would depart him penniless, powerless, homeless, and close to hopeless. yet isn’t there regularly hope?
Fear, selfishness, resentment, and dishonesty play their components in Tim’s tale, yet so do religion, quit, reputation, and fact. will we swap? do we circulate ahead? Is it ever too past due? greater than a memoir, on the finish OF the line is a testomony to religion, love, desire, and restoration.
It isn't one million little items. it's a trip of picking out up the pieces—of relocating ahead, then giving back.
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At the End of the Road: One Man's Journey from Chaos to Clarity by Tim White,Kimberly M. Smith