“Heartbreaking, surprising, inspiring, and profound, this is ultimately a book about the power of connection and the triumph of the human spirit.”
—Lori Gottlieb, bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone
A riveting look behind the closed door of the therapist’s office: Five patients. Five heroic stories of recovery.
LAURA: A young woman who was abandoned at the age of nine with two younger siblings.
DANNY: A Native American man unable to grieve the loss of his wife and daughter.
PETER: A successful but lonely musician suffering sexual dysfunction.
ALANA: A certified genius whose psychopathic father’s abuse resulted in a severe personality disorder.
MADELINE: A glamorous workaholic whose mother had greeted her each morning with “Good morning, Monster.”