Good luck to Stanley and Hoorncat and anyone else out there struggling with an
addiction. God is with us all, always.
I know he will continue to be successful if he will stay close to Heavenly
Father, attend his meetings, read the Book of Mormon wherein he will receive
strength he never thought possible.
Great admiration and respect for Stanley and all others (and their families) who
are facing addiction with courage and faith, and a willingness to share their
stories. There are so very many who need to hear this.
Good news! We need more good news, like this.Thank you for the
story and the video. It's a difficult subject and needs more good endings.
I heard that phrase a lot in rehab. On 31 January 2018 I'll have 7 years
clean from meth. It was the hardest choice for me to enter rehab and stick with
it. The Lord is my rock. He is my strength. He got me through those days when I
stared at that bottle full of pills that would easily end it all, but He carried
me so I could complete the rehab program and survive living in a halfway house
for two years. I just finished living three years with my daughter and grandson.
They were my support to continue to stay clean. I have also stayed very close
to my Savior going to church each Sunday and counseling with my bishop every
Sunday has kept me going forward to return to Heavenly Father when He finally
brings me home again. I pray your able to save at least one soul. God bless you.
Godspeed to Stanley and his family.