Meth addiction is deadly and thw world already knows it. This woman shared an inspiring picture after she recovered from meth addiction. The before and after picture of this woman will make you realise that being cool and being high are totally different things. If you really want to straighten your life and get rid of addiction, then you can always take inspiration from this lady. She recovered after four years of therapy and the picture says she has never been better in her life.
Dejah Hall from Glendale Arizona, USA, became addicted to pain medication aged 17.
She was arrested on 6 December 2012 for possession of dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia. Her addiction became more serious as she began taking heroin and meth (Methamphetamine).
Writing on Sobriety Birthdays, a Facebook page for recovering addicts, Hall wrote:
“Today marks 4 years clean from heroin and meth. The top left is me in full blown addiction , I was a terrible iv user and like most, progressively got worse. The bottom left is me the day I was arrested 12-6-12 and coincidentally the day I finally surrendered to God! With the help of God I am completing my BA and hope to one day be a prison minister. I have a beautiful 18 month old and everyday I thank God that I am not where I once was! #Sobriety is #Possible 12/6/12.”
“I was saved by my lord and savior Jesus Christ. Without him this wouldn’t be possible! There is hope for other addicts stuck in active addiction and their current situation doesn’t have to be the end.”
She also talked about the response she received:
I must say the response has been overwhelming and I am apprehensive due do some of the negative comments I have read. But what’s life without a few haters?
She went on to say:
The nicest response has been people telling me they are proud of what I have overcome. I have heard from both. And lots of concerned family members who want hope or have received hope for their family members in active addiction.
Now aged 26, Hall has been clean since she was arrested age 22. According to reports in the Daily Mail, Hall had been injecting heroin and meth between April and her arrest in December that year.