True Stories Of Addiction[vc_row row_type=”row” type=”full_width” text_align=”left” css_animation=””][vc_column][vc_column_text]No Actors Only the Raw Truth of Addiction.More from True Stories of Addiction“Finding Self Worth at 8 Years Sober” True Stories of AddictionMatter cracks open the door to his psyche and his addictions at the beginning of his story. It…July 31, 2020Heroin Addiction; Homeless and AloneBianka was with her biological father and his girlfriend when she fell down and scraped her knee, it…July 27, 2020How to Help Heroin Addicts Overcome Their AddictionThe Beginning of a Tragedy At the age of 5 years old Michael developed a taste for alcohol.…July 19, 2020Effects Of Heroin Abuse On Family RelationshipsEscalation of Destruction At 12 years old Sylvia struggled with her identity. When she gazed in the mirror…June 2, 2020Filling The Void Left By Your Heroin AddictionJustin grew up surrounded by drugs and alcohol, his first time getting drunk was while he was dove…May 4, 2020Marijuana: The Gateway To Hard DrugsWhen Nicole was young she lived a very active life she was on the captain on her soccer…April 20, 2020Motherhood Addicted To Crack CocaineIndya had a long running problem with addiction, “I was addicted to, more” Indya said, “by more I…April 6, 2020How Depression Led Me to AddictionResearchers believe that about half of people with addictions will experience a mental illness at some point in…March 27, 2020I’m Proof That YOU Can Turn Your Life AroundBorn and raised in Chandler Arizona, Hank became his father’s son when he picked up his first bottle…March 20, 2020 Older Stories 3 commentsI think recovery and addiction are especially hard when you grow up with an addict as a parent. Thank you for sharing this uplifting story. I love to see people overcome odds and change their lives. I have addicts in my own family (don’t we all?) and I’ve seen how hard it is and how easy it is to relapse — but also that change is possible, including permanent change. Stay strong Hank!ReplyThis is a very inspiring story. I am amazed his dad quit at age 72 (and lived that long and even longer!) and also amazed that Hank was only 9 years old when he started drinking – just wow. When his dad said he didn’t realize he was an alcoholic until he tried to quit, I thought about my friend who drinks around the clock, but doesn’t think he has a problem. I wish Hank the best of luck and I’m so glad he is out there helping others!ReplyThis reminds me of my dad’s story. He had alcoholics in his family which went back for many generations.ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.