In this raw, first-person account, Katherine White frankly discusses the strain her teenage son's addiction put on her and her family. She openly shares her journey to recovery, which begins with shock, disbelief, anger and anxiety; and ends with learning, healing, compassion, and love. Recovering from Someone Else's Addiction is an ideal read for anyone struggling with the addiction or alcoholism of a loved one, no matter what the loved one's age or relationship. Written in the style of a friend talking to a friend, the honest discussion offers many valuable insights. This insider's look is also helpful to someone who has never had to deal with addiction or alcoholism in their own lives, but might be struggling to understand why it's so difficult for others. Most importantly, this book offers hope, comfort, and support to people who are struggling to recover from someone else's addiction.