Addiction Codependency is the pandemic issue currently affecting the lives of over 40 million American adults.

In the book, Fine…ly—My Story of Hope, Love, and Destiny, Randi Fine’s exposé is a beacon of light for the myriad of sufferers who don’t know where to turn for help. With five decades of hard-earned insights, and with unguarded vulnerability, Ms. Fine offers hope, validation, and meaning to all who read her story.

Randi Fine’s spiritually uplifting memoir, Fine…ly, examines the underlying issues that began in her childhood, and then builds the codependent experience brick by brick. The true story follows the author’s complex journey that spans more than fifty years, and explains society’s mindset at the time of each of her experiences. Yiddush expressions, remnants of her Jewish upbringing, are humorously peppered throughout the book. Though many facets of the story are heartbreaking, the author ends Fine…ly on a high note; joyously and victoriously.

Fine…ly is a compelling, impactful story about hope and love. The story is a touching, honest, and insightful account of the author’s rollercoaster ride through life beginning with her 1958 Baltimore birth and continuing through age fifty. Randi Fine, a Baltimore native, has lived in Ft. Lauderdale since 2005. Besides her passion for writing she is a jewelry designer, artisan crafter, and a song writer. Her lifetime thirst for artistic, creative expression led her in 2008 to the challenge of writing her memoir, Fine…ly. By sharing her experiences, insights, and lessons the author aspires to offer hope, compassion, and understanding to those who are searching for answers. She is currently the online journal editor of It’s a Fine Life,, a platform that she uses to connect with others who share in her mission to spread light, love, and healing to the world.