A nurse’s journey from addiction to recovery, sharing their story to raise awareness about the growing problem of substance abuse among healthcare professionals.
“I am proud to be deaf and I do not mind telling people and encouraging them to find out who they are in their identity. If I can help, that’s what I am here for.”
“I’ve been in recovery for 20 years…my journey in recovery never ends. When you learn to live with it, it is amazing what can happen.”
“When I think about my future, I get a little teary eye. Because anything is possible.”
“Life today is not perfect. But it is pretty good, and I can look in the mirror and respect the person that I see.”
We’re just hoping that we can open up a conversation that a lot of people are not having.
“My life was all sorts of threads that wove together to make this tapestry. And there was this thread of depression. It’s not a thread I would remove.”
“My recovery, I recognize, is greatly impacted by being able to help others.”
“Today I am blessed, Today I am free, Today I proudly celebrate 1071 days sober… Tomorrow is never promised, so if I don’t die today, I’ll try change the world.”
“I’m okay with me today. I am not ashamed of it anymore. I know that I am not the only one.”