Peter Rosenberger, author and syndicated radio host of Caregivers with Hope

Escaping the Rabbit Hole is a frank and often piercing journey of a painful journey with debilitating depression.  Although caring for countless patients throughout her nursing career, Tracey Maxfield came face to face with the one patient who needed her most:  herself!  Her story and brutal honesty helps blaze a trail for others struggling and lost in their own rabbit holes of depression.

Peter Rosenberger, syndicated radio host and author of HOPE FOR THE CAREGIVER.

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