Fentanyl poisoning is now the number one cause of death for people ages 18 to 45. Licensed Clinical Social Worker Phyllis Babrove knows that all too well. She lost her daughter to the epidemic; now, she has a warning for other parents.
Babrove believes the drug situation in the U.S. is destroying American families. That’s why she wrote the book “Words From A Mother In Mourning: How To Protect Your Child From Drugs.”
In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, host Angela Kennecke sits down with Babrove to hear her advice.
You can purchase Phyllis’ book on Amazon here.
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MEET THE GUEST
Phyllis Babrove is a semi-retired clinical social worker who has lived in Florida for 50 years after moving from her home state of Wisconsin as a newlywed. Her four children and their families also reside in the same county. In her writing, Phyllis draws on her clinical background to inspire and bring hope to readers through stories that tackle common life issues. Her goal is to provide an unforgettable reading experience. Phyllis and her husband enjoy traveling to New England.