CompassionateLove Radio: Tina, Addiction Part Two

CompassionateLove Radio: Combatting Stigma with Stories 

(c)2016  Nancy Virden, Always the Fight Ministry

Sad Women Sitting In A Dark Corner With A Bruised LegShow #12 – Addiction Part Two

WARNING: Drug references  

TRIGGER WARNING: Descriptions of behavior and addict thought processes; drugs are named

From thinking only about the next fix, to learning how to balance the needs of others with self-care, Tina’s dynamic story continues in part two of her interview. She openly discusses regretful decisions, her family’s pain, and her baby daughter.  Tina’s responses to “what would you change in the past if you could?” and “what will you change now?” are touching and eye-opening.

Her struggle raises questions about faith. Her triumphs are fragile. Tina talks about suicidal thoughts, the mindset of an addict, and her plans for the future as a drug counselor.  In the end, she  shares a passionate plea to addicts and their families.

Join Tina and I as we reveal hard and hopeful realities in the life of one who is overcoming drug addiction.  Available November 8, 2016.

Part one is here: https://nancyvirden.com/compassionatelove-radio/

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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.

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