Posted by Randall Craft
I hated the man I was on the inside but on the outside I felt like the most important person in the world.
Posted by Kayla Parsons
I was made to feel like I would always be an addict, or at the very least that my past would always haunt me and I could never amount to anything of value.
Posted by Tyler Witten
My story doesn't start like most. I was raised in a Christian home, by both parents, went to church every Sunday morning, and was active in Youth Group. So why would I get started into drugs? Acceptance.
Posted by Rhonda Nickell
Addiction has many faces. It will destroy you if you let it. I grew up in a family of addiction and as a result I despised drugs/alcohol.
Posted by Carla Copley
My name is Carla Copley and I am someone that lived most of her adult life as an addict. I hadn’t always been someone that was selfish, self-centered, and living in a fantasy world.
Posted by Addiction Recovery Care
Karen’s Place Maternity Center, a residential drug and alcohol treatment center for pregnant women, announced it is accepting new clients today.
Sanibel House, a residential drug and alcohol treatment center for men, announced it is accepting new clients today.
Lydia’s House, a residential drug and alcohol treatment center for women, announced it is accepting new clients today.
Posted by Kristi Roberson
You are receiving this letter from yourself, just an older and much wiser version of yourself. Yes, put your pride down and just read, child. I am about to tell you a story about our life.
Posted by Matt Brown
Like most adolescents, I craved a sense of identity. From the outside looking in, you would have thought I had it all: two great parents, a stable home life, made good grades, played basketball, won Mr. Senior, etc., but there was an emptiness, a void, that I could never fill.