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...but then I went to Pathways. They taught me to love myself and that I was worth saving. The counselors really cared about me and didn't judge me. They saved my life and showed me life can be a happy place and that I deserve to be happy...
I have been wanting to do this for months now. When I came to pathways I was forced by my probation officer. I couldn't get clean even when prison was my next step. I had been addicted to heroin for 20 years and meth for 15. My family had totally resolved that I was lost. I had been doing drugs since I was 14 in one form or another. I went to prison and jail more than 10 times and had just as many overdoses - and have lost even more friends to overdoses. But none of this - from losing my family's trust (I wasn't even invited to holidays because they all knew I would be high) to almost losing my life, to losing a dear friend to this horrible addiction and almost losing my freedom again - made me want to stop. I was just waiting for that one last shot to finally kill me. But then I went to Pathways they taught me to love myself and that I was worth saving. The counselors really cared about me and didn't judge me. They saved my life and showed me life can be a happy place and that I deserve to be happy. I now have a great relationship with my family. My mother told me she was proud of me for the first time. It is like no other treatment center anywhere. Thank you Pathways. I now have 1 year clean and I know I have many more years of happiness to come. I owe you my life.