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then 41 years of recovery. Here's what happened. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: https://www.delmarvanow.com/story/opinion/columnists/2018/04/03/addiction-recovery-can-hit-anyone/470987002/ A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Addiction and recovery: It can happen to anyone John Winslow, Reader Published 6:00 a.m. ET April 3, 2018 Bobby Peacock's use of pain medication after an automobile accident led to opiate addiction, but now his is on the road to recovery and getting his life back. Produced by Ralph Musthaler John Winslow fell into addiction at an early age, but went on to live the past 41 years in recovery. I came from a middle-class family with good core values. However, I always had a strong self-will, and despite warnings and admonishments from my parents, I began drinking alcohol and experimenting with mind-changing/mood-altering substances at an early age. I got drunk for the first time at age 14 and it was transformative — I couldn't get enough! A few years later, when I was 17, my older sister was killed by a drunk driver (along with her fiancée and best friend). The drunk driver who hit my sister’s car also died. I swore I would never drink and drive again, but broke that promise to myself within a matter of months. I drove drunk countless times thereafter.
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