Shattered Memories: Addicted

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During his life, he lost a piece of himself. Since that awful day he knew he was born an addict, he’s spent every moment languishing in his pain and wrestling with his demons. He was a disgrace to his mother; he lost respect for her, she never showed him enough love. Will his desperate escape from addiction-free him from the clutches or will it prolong the inevitable? More
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About R. A. Merrill

Ray Merrill, author of the new book Shattered Memories: Addicted, wrote this book (his first) in 2018. He completed the entire manuscript in five months and hasn’t stopped writing since. Mr. Merrill is writing his new book, “His Secret Life: Breach of Trust.” He is 39 years old and a member of the United Lumbee Nation Indian tribe. He has achieved many awards for outstanding caregiver training. He’ll soon be releasing his fiction series in 2019. He lives in Longview, Washington, with his girlfriend Samantha & stepdaughter Nevaeh. He enjoys spending time with his family. His hobbies include playing piano and guitar, and something sparked his passion for art at the early age of 12. He’s obsessed with doing his absolute best at whatever he does. His life motto is “Keep striving for excellence!”

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GchatMadhu reviewed on on July 4, 2019

The author explores the pathology of addiction, using his own life as an example. Bad health, rejection by mother, a violent uncle in childhood, set him up for alcohol and violence in early adulthood. His only cherished memories are of being with his grandma, whom he adores for her strength and care.

As he grows older, he has more incidents that cause depression, leading to increased intake of alcohol and violence. The author's objective in writing this book is to prevent others who have similar addictions, from making the same mistakes.

As all of us familiar with opiates - books, music, love, religion and even social networking - we can all relate, at some level, to the author's struggle.
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