Several years ago, I wrote my blog series, Epidemic. Abandoning my senior year at a Lutheran college to shoot dope, Epidemic is a very raw and accurate portrayal of my time as a homeless heroin junkie, (triggers for those in recovery). Many readers have reached out to me over the years to inspire me with their own journey.
After reading Epidemic, I received several messages from people going to rehab and staying sober. Others have shared with me the forgiveness they were able to extend to the addicts in their family after reading about addiction from my perspective. Unable to see addict behavior as anything other than a personal offense before.
It truly is a blessing to hear about the impact sharing a small piece of my story has had on so many people’s lives. God bless you and please continue to share your success with me. I love hearing your successes and they are the motivation I need to keep going strong. Happy to report that I celebrated five years heroin free on 09-27-18. Recovery is possible! Stop chasing the dragon.
I am looking to connect and possibly collaborate with others on addiction, recovery, and most importantly, exposing Narconon. Connect with me
Help me break the preconceived notions and stereotypes regarding drug addicts and recovering addicts in the world today. Let’s educate the world and help make it a better place. Don’t let the world define you by your past. Become the survivor, not the statistic.