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The Terrifying Crystal Meth Story I Have Never Told

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Jim Chud

Mark, When I drive by some of the places that I fearlessly frequented during my addiction, I cannot imagine getting out of my car in broad daylight, much less at 3am. I never entered the drug driven sex meth scene, simply because Cocaine was my drug and I didn't realize what was going on. I will never forget when I let yet another man into my home who did not look like the pics he sent, and my faithful Jack Russell, 'LD', hopped on his lap and peed on him. LD saved the day. Amen to teamwork.

December 19, 2017 CA

JoeSetty

I have been off meth for 5 yrs now. I still think about some of the crazy and dangerous stuff I did when I was high. From getting beat up and fucked on live Cam4Cam ..To waking up in an abandoned house with homeless people. I lost my job..my condo...my health (Of course I quit taking my meds...or eating...or sleeping. The only thing that saved me was that I got so sick (spinal meningitis) (Shingles) (pneumonia) I was in the hospital for almost a month. My life is GREAT now.

August 24, 2017 Indianapolis, In.

Christopher

Not crazy about the character limit here for these responses. The twitterfying of the world. Sad. Sometimes human expression needs more space.

August 24, 2017 Toronto

Christopher

Drugs are one of the oldest avoidance crutches there are. Reality is where it's at, even if your reality is hell. Blame society for its blatant crimes of dehumanizing and devaluing those who are minorities, blame family and parents for not knowing enough about life to have had children in the first place. Maybe it will be better for the children. We are broken of spirit and many of us are broken of body. We have been rejected,assaulted and battered simply for being the loving beings that we are.

August 24, 2017 Toronto

hona Collins

Thank you for sharing. Certainly helps put things into perspective for those of us who empathize and have not been there! You are so brave.

August 24, 2017 Winchester VA

Timmy C.

I recall an incident, though I was not high, in which I put myself in danger. Had gone to a married guy's house while his wife was out of town. She called to check up on him, apparently suspicious. He wanted me to talk to her and tell her I was just a buddy hanging out. I refused and headed for the door, turning my back on him. He could have easily clobbered me from behind, but that didn't hit me until after I left. Still scary to think about.

August 23, 2017

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