Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

What Heroin Taught Me About Habit-Forming

I spent five years high so you don’t have to.

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A pocket of my past deserves a little more credit than I’m normally willing to give it.

It’s not something I’m eagerly forthcoming about, but it’s played a big part in both the benefits and detriments I experience to this day due to that old life.

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Scott Leonardi

Scott Leonardi

Road to 1000! Paddling into the alphabet ocean, lookin’ to be a true scuba. Writer of stories, screenplays, poetry and more. All found at mossmansupreme.com

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