Christine Pisera Naman is a Pittsburgh-based author and mother who chronicled her daughter’s journey through addiction into recovery in her book About Natalie. A Daughter’s Addiction. A Mother’s Love. Finding Their Way Back To Each Other. She describes it as “a story of keeping the faith, battling hard, and getting back on the right road. It tells a story of struggling, living through it all, and then coming out on the other, better side.”
She is a wife to a beautiful man named Peter and a mother to three fantastic kids named Jason, Natalie, and Trevor. In her free time, she enjoys crocheting and painting, which she does poorly, and volunteering at her local hospital which hopefully, she does well. At the hospital, she acts as a compassionate companion, providing a caring presence for patients who are dying alone in the hospital, and cuddling babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome while their mothers work on their health and recovery.