Barbara Mulloy-Robbins Shares Her Story of Love and Loss

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New book offers awareness on ADHD and chemical addiction.

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I wrote this book to help eliminate the stigma that surrounds mental illness and drug addiction by sharing my story as a mother of two ADHD affected sons, their lives and deaths.

The death of a child is a devastating loss to parents. Now, imagine what it’s like to lose two sons.

In her new book, “An Uphill Struggle,” author Barbara Mulloy-Robbins searches to understand and share the devastating connection between ADHD and chemical addiction as it played out in the life and death of her two sons.

This heartwarming blend of memoir and research highlights her sons’ struggles with the undiagnosed and untreatable disorder of ADHD, and their choice to self-medicate in an effort to normalize their turbulent minds.

“I wrote this book to help eliminate the stigma that surrounds mental illness and drug addiction by sharing my story as a mother of two ADHD affected sons, their lives and deaths,” Mulloy-Robbins said.

As a practical guide for parents with children suffering from ADHD, “An Uphill Struggle,” is a honest, inspiring story of hope and love that reaches out to provide comfort and guidance when parents feel locked in a tangle of circumstances beyond their control.

For more information, visit http://barbarasreason.blogspot.com/

An Uphill Struggle
By: Barbara Mulloy-Robbins
ISBN: 978-1-47711-001-0
Softcover retail price: $19.99
Hardcover retail price: $29.99
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris online bookstores

About the author
Barbara Mulloy-Robbins has previously worked in corporate sales for logistics and radio media. Formerly a grant facilitator, she actively promoted young drug and alcohol prevention, health aging for seniors and officiated at interfaith service. Barbara resides in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida where she honors her sons, Chris and Greg, by raising awareness on mental illness and chemical addiction.

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