CompassionateLove Radio. Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, Dave’s Story

CompassionateLove Radio: Combatting Stigma with Stories 

(c)2016  Nancy Virden, Always the Fight Ministry

601026_10152829775160361_1974934250_nShow #5   Alcoholism/Drug Addiction

Dave was not a teenager flirting with immaturity and peer pressure. He was a 30-something father of two when he tried crack cocaine for the first time. Why would any self-respecting family man make such a decision?

Drug and alcohol addictions’ complexities and the mindset that comes with them is apparent in Dave’s emotional telling of his story. However, Dave is not choking-up over regret. His tears are for the found hope and second chances he received from a special boss, his family, and his God.

Experience a sneak-peek into addiction, the heart of a man in recovery, and what can happen when hopelessness meets love. This show will be available on September 21.

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NOTE: I am not a doctor or mental health professional. I speak only from personal experiences with and observations of mental illness. In no way is this website intended to substitute for professional mental health care.

If you are struggling emotionally today or feeling suicidal, or concerned about someone who is, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Hope and help is yours.

*To join in this effort, please pray for Always the Fight Ministries, or give the book by the same title to a person you love, or donate your time. God bless, Nancy

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