Drug Addiction: Forget What You THINK You Know
Drug addiction recovery is possible. Whether it’s crack cocaine addiction, heroin addiction or any other narcotics, success is achievable. You’ll find many books about drug addiction, but few provide an incredible story that contains more poignancy, suspense and even humor.
To say that David Allan Reeves’ Running Away From Me is a drug addiction book is misleading. It’s the examination of a model university student, who could be anyone’s child. With great transparency, he talks about his rebuff of the drug intervention programs devised by his family and friends as he descended further into drug addiction. He speaks revealingly about the personal hell he walked through that led to a 14-year prison sentence, but also the effects his actions caused the people he loves.
Whether you have a loved one who needs drug rehabilitation, or you are in need of drug addiction treatment yourself, Running Away From Me is a must read. David discusses, in his own words, how he started on a path to a promising future that veered completely off course. Find out how his social drug use become a full-blown drug addiction — one that put his life, and the lives of others, in jeopardy.