When Daniel first started doing Meth, he felt like he was more capable than ever. After a while, it started affecting his relationships and his life. Before he knew it, he was living on the streets and lost a lot of his relationships with his family and friends. Having emotional support during his recovery was an extremely important factor that led him to a brighter future. The genuine support of his peers at N.A. made him want to strive for recovery and eventually help others seek the same kind of support.
When I was using meth… it made me feel like I had more power.
I think having emotional support during the start and during recovery is extremely important.
I think it’s important for people suffering with addiction to know they are not alone.