It was only later in life that I was able to see how badly it had affected me as a person.
At the age of 30, I was a man who was soon to become a father: I had no job and was still depending on my mother. There were 10 of us living in one house. Yet, I still managed to take drugs, smoke cigarettes and drink on a regular basis.
Every day, I was only becoming more embarrassed by the man I had turned into, but because I didn’t know what to do to quit, I sunk even deeper into my addictions.
My wife’s determination to see me as a changed man is what made her fight for me. She found the UCKG HelpCentre. I was interested to know what kind of help I could receive there, and thanks to my persistence in the Addiction Cleansing Therapy seminars I received the tips and advice that helped me.
My wife participated in a Campaign for me to get completely clean from drugs. I have been clean for eight years!