On Thursday, May 2 at 6pm we invite you join us at the Stinger Pub in the Campus Dining Commons as we welcome our own Dr. Lina Racicot as she shares the story behind her newly released novel “Living with the Little Devil Man.”
The book tells the story of Sterling - yet another soul lost to addiction. He was a schizophrenic plagued by the little devil man. Heroin saved him from that reality so many times. Most people aren’t plagued by creatures, but what are they plagued by? What reality are they escaping?
During the evening, Dr. Racicot will share how Sterling’s story can help us discover some of the answers we seek. One thing is for certain, his story teaches us the importance of human connection and how to love. Not to love the addiction, but to love the person behind the addiction and the importance of helping others through dark times without judgment.
“Living with the Little Devil Man” isn’t just a story about addiction, but also about the ways we fight the opioid epidemic – through love, true empathy and compassion. This emotionally riveting story shows how good can triumph over evil in ways we never can anticipate.