Jeremy just had an all day, every day drinking habit – until he met cocaine
Believe it or not, that was before he had a serious addiction. Jeremey’s life really started spiraling out of control when he moved to Las Vegas. There, his financial life blossomed: he started earning a good living and putting money in the bank.
But instead of solving his problems, getting established financially in Las Vegas just allowed Jeremy to buy more expensive addictive substances. Cocaine, to be exact.
Getting married and having a child stabilized him a bit, but instead of taking care of his child’s needs he spent the money on his drug habit. According to Jeremy, having a child changed him “but not enough.”
His cousin’s pastor stopped by one day and told him, “It’s now or never. Get in the car. You’re going to The Salvation Army.” Jeremy wanted to got but he had a few beers lined up on the table in front of him that needed drinking.
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