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 AddictionI’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, 2020Her Son Paid the Ultimate Price for His AddictionA Happy, Go-Lucky Child Steffen was born to a kind and loving mother. But she was married to…January 31, 2020Overcoming What Happened to me as a ChildFrom an early age, Luke noticed that fitting in with others was hard. He just couldn’t connect with…December 13, 2019Giving Back After AddictionAs a child, Dave made friends easily but was going through a lot of abuse at home. His…November 22, 2019I Neglected My Loving Family for DrugsPaul was raised as a Mormon in Mesa, Arizona. He was not raised around drugs or alcohol because…November 16, 2019Alcohol Was My Gateway to Illegal DrugsBrady grew up in a family that was very disconnected. Everyone seemed to do their own thing every…November 6, 2019The Consequences of Addiction Were Never EnoughJoseph was born in Phoenix, Arizona. He grew up in poverty with his mother after she and his…October 11, 2019Looking to Drugs and Gangs for LoveLooking to drugs and gangs for love led Ricky down the wrong path. Born to a mother who…October 4, 2019Parental Sexual Abuse Led Me on a Path to AddictionOver 60,000 children in the America are sexually abused on a yearly basis. However, parental sexual abuse is…September 27, 2019 Newer Stories Older Stories 3 commentsHey, The story is really heart touching and astonishing for me but I felt that it was a marriage gap between the couple that led this situation. This could be stopped if the mother has guided his son the right way and boosted up his confidence to explain what has happened to him. This could also abstain the child in getting addicted of alcohols & drugs. Also, his father should have been punished in the first time for a lesson for every other monster. CheersReplyyou don’t get over an addiction of any drug by stopping using it. you recover by creating a new life where it is easier to not use. If you fail to create a new life then all your struggle will go in vain and the addiction will catch you again.ReplyVery inspiring and informativeReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.