“If the drugs and alcohol weren’t going to kill me, the things I was doing while under the influence of them would have.”

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“Experiencing alcoholism first hand was not my first touch with addiction.”

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“Bullying, self-esteem, mental health issues. Pot was not my problem, it was my solution. Now I’ve found a better way. “

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“Self medicating while searching for the why, the answer came from the most unlikely of places.”

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