Who Am I Without Drugs? Imagining Life After Rehab
“My identity had become so entwined with heroin that I had normalised it. It was only occasionally, in a moment of clarity, that I realised just how abnormal being a heroin addict was.”
Recovering Addicts Talk About the Struggle to Avoid Relapsing During the Holidays
We spoke to three people in various stages and methods of recovery to talk about how they relapsed during Thanksgiving and Christmas, and how they plan to make it through this year.
Look at Danger and Laugh Your Head Off: Nothing on the New LP and the Unluckiest Six Months Ever
A glimpse at the world of Domenic "Nicky" Palermo: from knife-wielding family members to crashing airplanes, jail time, death, the Intensive Care Unit, suicide, addiction, religious zealotry, and more.