True Stories Of Addiction

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    3 comments
    1. I 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!

    2. This 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!

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