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Anyone who loves somebody suffering from addiction should pick up Mitchum and Denofio's 2022 biography, Addicted to Hope: a chronicle of Michelle Mulledy's life as the wife of an addict.
- A journey into self-discovery and self-confidence, Michelle's story gives real hope to families supporting loved ones battling addiction. Watching her husband build a million-dollar business and then sink to the depths of living homeless on the streets of Boston, Michelle finds herself and her faith.While supporting her loved one through recovery and coping with his relapses, Michelle learns the importance of caring for oneself.Often in unexpected and wondrous ways, Michelle leaves behind the isolation of addiction to experience the warmth of community embracing her.
So glad to see this book come to print. As a Pastor with Victory Christian Church, heading up the jail ministry. I have known Michelle and John for 10 years. This book will touch many lives. I witnessed this 1st hand, when Michelle told her side of their story of raising her children while her husband was incarcerated. There wasn't a dry eye in the house, at Albany County Jail, including mine.%Pastor Marty StantonAbout the Authors: Jo Anne Mitchum
Jo Anne Mitchum, a Marriage and Family Therapist, began working in the mental health field as a crisis counselor helping clients with drug and alcohol addiction. Jo Anne now spends her time writing and helping couples achieve a deeper sense of understanding, empathy, and connectedness within their relationships. Jo Anne lives in Upstate, New York with her husband, mother and two dogs. When she's not working, she enjoys spending time with her son, daughter-in-law, and 3 grandchildren. Nancy Duci Denofio
A writer most of her life, Nancy Duci Denofio's work is published in numerous publications in the United States and abroad such as University of Hull in England, New Hampshire Poetry Society, Hudson Valley Writer's and more. Her previous books, What Brought You Here and Grandmother's Bleeding Hearts are collections of her poetry. Nancy has worked with writers around the world on presentation and how to read their work in public. Nancy and her husband have two daughters and five grandchildren.