My 19-year-old son, Josh, died from an accidental overdose of morphine in July 2001. I found him in his bed. Josh was bright, vibrant, funny, a charmer with unlimited potential. He went through treatment and tried so hard to stay clean but just couldn't handle the cravings and relapsed. I'm proud that Josh recognized his problems and sought solutions. His case is a prime example of what an insidious disease addiction is. He is loved and missed by all who knew him.
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