Defining Moments: A Suburban Father's Journey into his Son's Oxy Addiction

Thi essay is true story about a brother 's blind devotion to his Oxy addicted son, chronicling the author 's venture into the dangerous world of prescription drug dealers. " I make many mistakes as a daughter, but I have neve sough the best I know how. Sometimes no matter what a person does as a parent, children may travel to dangerous places. Some will return from those places unharmed and some may never return. A family can look perfect from the outside but be quite the opposite on the outsid. I have lived such a life. I do not now what made me do what I chose for my son but I an only surmise that it ha th mixtur of all of the defining moments in my life that lead me to where I am today.
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Published (first published January 25th 2011

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A father shares his own upbringing that he survived.

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