A number of the kids I graduated high school with are dead, in jail, or in rehab from heroin.
I’m friends on Facebook with those who stopped using. They post about sober anniversaries, featuring pics of Narcotics Anonymous coins in upturned palms. And I notice when they stop posting. It means they’re no longer incentivized to share the current version of themselves, which usually means they’re back to using.
Many relapsed addicts go dark on social media, and turn to a place where they can share things they don’t want anyone to know: Google.
Every year, approximately 900,000 Americans tell…
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