I never wanted to be an addict. I don't think any of us do. One day you think you are normal, living a normal life, and then one day there is concrete proof that you are not.
Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Lubbock police expect to wrap up their investigation into the death of teenager Thomas Mallory sometime next week. Mallory died of a suspected ecstasy overdose earlier this month. Click here to read the article
Lynn Marie Smith has appeared on several television shows, including, The Oprah Winfrey Show, MTV’s True Life,and The Dr Keith Ablow Showto talk about her experience with addiction and recovery. She has testified before Congress and is a member of the Advisory Board at the Partnership for a Drug Free America. Lynn continues to speak out across the country, at high schools, jails, rehabs, and colleges in personal appearances that draw rave reviews. Her first book, Rolling Away, My Agony with Ecstasywas published by Simon and Schuster Books in May 2006. Lynn corresponds with teens, young adults, and parents all over the world through her website and email, and these communications will form the basis of her next book, I Love Addiction.