Drug Epidemic Awareness Walk Across America - Supported by Humanizing Addiction ™️
It is NOW about "YOUR CHOICE" as a parent to determine how you can change your mindset on Addiction
A location that will introduce Addiction to those not impacted to help prevent it from capturing a loved one and to bring awareness the unthinkable is REAL.
A place to share our loved ones that struggled and introduce them for all to see. A site that will hopefully inspire other families still fighting to come out from behind closed doors and private groups to humanize their loved one's recovery or fight in active Addiction. Come out to scream from the rooftops that their children and loved ones are the faces of Addiction and they are fully aware that it can happen to you, as it happened to them.
A place that offers a private look into the lives captured by Addiction to humanize each for a better chance of long term recovery, hopefully finding it for a lifetime. Humanizing Addiction is Humanizing all those lost, and all those fighting for recovery.
A site that includes my personal journal, stories from social media, shared stories from those fighting or their friends and family, as well beautiful documentaries by The Alarm Group that tell the stories of families that have lost their loved ones to the battle of Addiction and those that have found recovery and fight to keep it every minute of every day. A journey of Addiction for a lifetime that is shared by more the 23 million beautiful souls in the US in recovery and another 22 million fighting to find it. Hundreds of thousands of families Facing the Final Assault of Addiction.
This site was launched January of 2019 and has received over 250,000 visitors. Help me keep building it! Be a part of it!! It is for all of you! There is no time to delay helping to save souls and to support those struggling stay in active recovery, help those in Active Addiction find it and bring awareness to those not aware that it can happen to their very own, even when each thought they were looking.
Humanizing Addiction is to Humanize all loved ones taken, Humanizing those who have found Recovery and removing all the roadblocks society puts in their paths, to win another chance at life, as one or a few bad choices does not mean each should face being judged and sentenced to death. We all have things in our lives we wish with every fiber in our being we could take back. Those that fight cannot reverse the physiological damages done but they can recover, especially if they are shown kindness, compassion and empathy long enough to grab it and hold on to it. Society's words and hearts matter.
"Our battle is not against the flesh and blood, but against the powers, against the worlds forces of darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places." (Ephesians 6:12) The battle is REAL
Humanizing Addiction partners with The Alarm Group to be the voice of the voiceless and show those that have been able to find the beauty in recovery. Please visit their page here or visit their website, watch the documentaries, understand the struggle of those fighting against the Disease of Addiction and those that now Face the Final Assault of Addiction, to help avoid our pain, as we pray no one experiences our quiet moments. Consider Donating Today! 🙏🙏
Help me help to inspire to end the silence and the stigma Addiction brings. As all those gracefully aware of our beautifully broken and lost know firsthand. Jena's Mom, Becky Fuqua-Spuhl
Harris Lee Wittels (April 20, 1984 – February 19, 2015) was an American comedian, actor, writer, producer, and musician. He was a writer for The Sarah Silverman Program, a writer and executive producer for Parks and Recreation, and a recurring guest on Comedy Bang! Bang!
He is credited with coining the word "humblebrag" in 2010. -- Final Assault of Addition
A story to be shared to help prevent others from being captured by Addiction - A struggle for a LIFETIME or a loss of LIFE
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