Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
As reported by The Seattle Post-Intelligencer (9/11) in their news story titled, 'I have quit now..I am dead:' Addict writes her own obituary and a warning, a few years before drug addict, Elizabeth Sue Sleasman died on August 6 at the age of 37, she made a passionate plea to all users to quit. She warned, “You will become a thief and a liar, next you will lose your family, your ‘real’ friends, and eventually your life.”
Residing in Bellingham, Washington, Sleasman wrote them several years ago as she saw her end approaching. She had been addict for 25 years. She wanted everyone to know what she had gone through as a drug addict and to warn other of a similar fate.
Here is an additional excerpt from Sleasman's message about drugs and alcohol and how young people should heed her warning:
“If you haven’t started - don’t. If you have, quit NOW. Your drinking/drug using friends are not really friends, they will steal from you, use you, and will do anything to get another ‘fix’ - just like me. What starts out as fun for the first year or so, ends up to be a horrible, lonely life.”
The complete message is published on obitsforlife.com.
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“Drug abuse is a serious condition. A detox center such as Harbor Village knows how to address this dependency and help achieve sobriety for its clients,” said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.
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