Stories of parenting, insanity and addiction
It's nice to see that you are able to have a healthy life. Congratulations. You are a very good model for those rebuilding their life.Are you aware of Dr.Waismann's method of treatment? https://youtu.be/nMUn0z0gwSMWhat's your opinion about it?
I have never known anyone personally or in my 17 years as a provider to have this treatment and stay off opiates. Not saying it isn't possible. Just saying it is unusual .
Hi Tracey - I've been following your blog for a couple years - THANK YOU! for sharing. When I first saw Black Tar Heroin I realized "they are just like me!" and could relate to so many commonalities . Since then I've become a nurse and have worked in hospitals providing care to marginalized people. That profound shift in my understanding has helped form the foundation of my nursing practice - "they" are we, are me are us and when I provide care I will be caring, available and see you as a person, not a problem or label. Although it may seem expected behavior of a nurse - the reality is that it isn't always.
That makes me happy. Thanks for following my blog. It is nice to know a little bit about who is reading