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I am writing this today because I am alive and I am alive because of the help from Choices Rehab. I am from an upper class family outside of Boston. I went to private schools growing up, I was an only child and my parents worked round the clock as CEO’s of major software companies. With our set up, all the kids around me were bread for success. I had been in my last year of medical school when I was hit by a car while skateboarding forcing me to drop out of college. I was in a comma for 2 weeks and went on to spend 2 months in the hospital and was put on every painkiller known to man. I had not really partied in high school or college, few nights out of drinking and smoking, but not a very social person. In fact, I was very shy and introverted. I was finally released from the hospital, I suffered broken bones and some brain damage. I knew it was going to be a long road but I was looking forward to finishing college. Due to the pain and brain damage, I was put on many pills including Oxycontin and Xanax. I did not realize at the time, but I had started an addiction to the drugs. When I missed a pill, my body started to ache and I did not feel good until I took another pill. My prescription had run out and I began looking elsewhere for pills, any pills. Prescription painkillers and heroin had become a big epidemic in my area In high school and I knew many people who were caught up whom I did not talk to back then. Fast forward to 1 year later and, before I knew it, I found myself snorting heroin. Within 6 months, I was fully addicted. At that point, I had been on painkillers for whole year before dabbling into heroin. I did not finish school, I could not get it together. Because my parents worked so much, they had no idea what was going on until graduation time and they found out that I had never gone back to finish my last semester. I had been getting high. I had a friend at school who showed concern for me and spoke to my parents to tip them off. They were in disbelief and I made them believe it was not true. Nonetheless, they moved me back home and started noticing my destructive process. I managed to total their car, get a DUI and end up back in the hospital. From there I went to a detox center and lasted 48 hours before leaving and getting high again. Over the next 9 months, I had been in and out of rehab twice with no success. Third round I ended up at Choices. I did not want to be there, the first week was very rough but I had met 2 employees during that process who I immediately connected with and really helped me through those horrible beginning days. It was the first rehab I had gone to where I felt like I was ok staying at. Everyone was patient, kind and extremely helpful. I finished detox and began getting some clarity. Choices Rehab has several different programs within the program to choose from based on your beliefs. I started learning about addiction and everything surrounding. After finishing the program, I went on to to Bali, Indonesia for 6 months to volunteer helping children born with drug addiction. I wanted to give back. When I got back, I finished college and have been clean for 2 years today. I have yet to tell my story, but have had time to reflect and feel so appreciative and happy right now in my life. I still am in touch with the staff and friends I mad at Choices, we all support each other when needed. I never thought this would happen to me, but I feel so blessed to be able to come out alive.
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