Low Road was a novel-sized draft that I completed a few years ago. It was terrible. But because it was the only story I’ve ever written, I’ve been re-evaluating it. 723 more words
Tags » Drug Abuse
I must’ve told the story of where I’m from, why I came here, nearly every night for the first few months. Most people do, when there’s a new person that’s the first thing we usually ask them, “So how did you end up here?” As I became more known and recognised faces I would only talk to tourists about it, if I’d already had a few drinks and they’d asked. 2,017 more words
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Release Date: June 5th, 2018
Synopsis: Cliff Hubbard is a huge loser. 391 more words
This post is going to be about as honest as it gets, so please put all judgement aside.
I am putting my story out there, because I see so many stories from the viewpoint of the addict or the parents of an addict, but never from the viewpoint of the spouse. 1,204 more words
After more than a decade of decreasing, the national foster care caseload rose by 10% between 2012 and 2016. Many public officials and commentators have blamed this increase on parental substance use, especially due to to the opioid crisis, but evidence has been lacking on the national level to support this conjecture. 1,007 more words
Many high school teenagers are exposed to alcohol and drugs such as cocaine, pills etc. And at that point in life, we are young with little ability to make wise decisions. 349 more words