I grew up as the middle child of three boys Read Story...
"I take solace in the fact that I can take the love I have for my son, and turn it into something that can help others."
“You are not bad, you have an illness.” That statement was one of the greatest gifts I’ve ever been given."
"While in treatment, I saw former peers overcome their addictions. It was really motivating, and I realized I could do it too."
"There are wonderful days and bad days, but now I have days."
"I am not ashamed of who I was, I am proud of who I am. "
"The most important thing I did for my recovery was become open and willing to take suggestions."
"If I get nothing else, I’m grateful for the desire to live."
"I went back to the recovery house, and there is where my life changed forever."
"Our goal should be to spread that love and share our stories to help others reach sobriety."