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This is my life story. Im William Lewis. I started drugs at a young age, before 1988. The way I remember, I sat on the porch with my brother drinking and I would roll pine ropes to get to smoke weed. My home burnt in 89. I got saved by jesus christ and keep getting burdened by the lord to stop drugs. But when i got on my knees at church and told him if he sent me some one that wanted a life with me and a home with me i would quite drugs, but as long as i have drugs and drink i have friends and people to talk to, but when i try to stop drinking and doping the friends were gone. So until you send me someone, stop brothing me about drinking and doping. Then I met my wife Carrie in 2008. We got married 2 years later. We are still having trouble in our marriage. I blame her drug habits and the trust of the drug friends that she hangs with on her being with me. I am clean at this time. I started cleaning up June of 2009 when my wife wrote a note and told me she wanted to spend the rest of her life with me. She wrote it in March of 2009 and gave me the note in June, then I started turning my life around. But she is still hooked on drugs. We have talked about rehab for her a few times but she fails to go every time for some reason or another. Thank you.

I do call her my answered prayer cause that's what I ask god for when i was young and belived she was it. But i still quit the drugs and drinking cause i wanted something better for me and her, and if we had kids i would be a good father to them and give the best life that i could to them. Thank you.


This Story of Hope was created in celebration of recovery and to let families know that there are pathways to hope and healing. The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families who are struggling with their son or daughter's substance use. Please consider sharing this page so that families know where to turn to for help, and that there is always hope.

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