World Drug Addiction Day – Roselyne Febvre: “The worst is this fear hanging on the belly: that of losing your child”

World Drug Addiction Day – Roselyne Febvre: “The worst is this fear hanging on the belly: that of losing your child”
World Drug Addiction Day – Roselyne Febvre: “The worst is this fear hanging on the belly: that of losing your child”

She lives with “fear in her stomach”, that of losing her son, 26, a drug addict. In The heartbeat of the hummingbird (Editions du Rocher), the journalist Roselyne Febvre tells the terrible descent into hell of her son Arthur in the meanders of drugs.

The incomprehension, the distress, the helplessness, the pain, the constant anguish, the feeling of guilt, and the fight, again and again: at the microphone of Yahoo, on the occasion of National Addiction Day, Roselyne Febvre returns to this infernal spiral in which her son once sank. A poignant testimony.

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