It all started when I had severe stomach issues and was hospitalized for a week. I felt as though I was dying, and the doctors couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. They just fed me with pain and nausea medication and keep running tests. I was later released without a diagnosis. Soon, I realized the pain medication made me feel wonderful and happy, and I no longer felt nauseous when I took it. I became addicted.
Not only was I taking a medication that was highly addictive, but my husband and I had begun using methamphetamines. My family knew that this caused our homelessness, and felt that we could no longer be trusted. We had no problem stealing our loved ones to support our addictions….
This story will be continued tomorrow, January 22.
Former Open Door Mission Resident
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