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Kathy Buckert
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Taking One Day At A Time
Taking One Day At A Time

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I love the song "No Matter What" by Ryan Stevenson. Every time I hear it, it reminds me of the fear an addict often faces. The answer is simple. No matter what, God loves them right where they are at. It doesn't matter what they have done or how broken and bruised they are, they are still his sons and daughters.
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I had the privilege of sitting down with Tess and listening to her incredible story. She is an unbelievable and inspiring young woman. Her level of perseverance and drive to succeed is unbelievable. She gave me hope for those I know who are suffering from the disease of addiction. SPREAD AWARENESS by sharing her story.
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A few weeks ago, I witnessed a heroin overdose for the first time. I realized how important it is to not only know the signs, but to be quick in my reactions. I admit I could have been better, but I also know I may have saved a life. I listed some signs and actions you should take.
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Don't blames parents for a child's addiction. You are doing more harm than good.
Please Stop the Blame Game
Please Stop the Blame Game
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Please read a heart breaking poem by a former student.
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Read the following poem by Aaron Hakizimana. It speaks to the love/hate relationship with addiction.
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Jemel's story is hard to fathom. He is the son of two heroin addicts. When he told me his emotional story, I wanted to cry right along with him. He has a strength and perseverance I admire deeply . I am sure you will as well.
Opiate Orphan
Opiate Orphan
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This piece written by Sharon Gingerich Stoltzfus gives different parental perspective. Even though it is a tough subject, her words touched me. I understood her grief and her fears.
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