Belinda Belle shares a mixture of emotions with her audience concerning her kid on drugs. She expresses that this book is t to exploit her child, but to share with her readers, a mother's heart speaking out loud about her kid on drugs. She is so transparent that she makes you feel as if you are holding a one on one conversation with her. Belinda Belle is to the point about her experience with her child, and is well aware that a person's consequences are of their own actions, yet she still has compassion concerning his condition. Holding to the hope that one day her child will desire to want better for himself, and then that is when the change will come. She kws that there are millions of people living with, or kw someone in this lifestyle, but feel like their situation is a isolated one, and is well aware of the discomfort of discussing this matter with others. She expresses that there is thing for you that have a loved one challenged with an alcohol and/or drug addiction to be ashamed of. The shame is when we remain in denial, and don't encourage that person to get the help they need. Her goal is to arouse the awareness to others how this issue is a growing concern, and there are those that want help. The help is t as plentiful as the problem. She hopes this book will open the door of opportunity for those that really want help, and that the government and institutions capable and equipped to render services will recognize the urgency of the peoples needs.