Book: Sweet Melissa - What's So Sweet About Melissa? (Book Two 2) by Susan Segovia-Munozcategories: Book, Memoir, Addiction, Heroin Addict, Homeless, Drug Addict, True Crime, Junkie, Los Angeles, Jail, Women in Prison, Street Walker, Substance Abuse
Susan Segovia-Munozabout this book: Why am I so dumb? Why can't I see what I am doing to myself? Why do bad things keep happening to me? I don't think I will ever get out of this nightmare of a so-called life, and sometimes I feel as though I would be better off dead. I am more alone than I have ever been before. I choose drugs over shelter. I am homeless and I am walking the streets of Los Angeles. I am scarred, torn, and tattered. I am doing things that I am ashamed of. I am afraid to call my parents because I don't want them to see what a mess I've become. I am addicted to heroin and I can't stop. I try time and time again to quit but it is always the same. Why am I so weak? Why is heroin so powerful? How can I battle this addiction when I feel that it is all I have to live for?
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Video 1: Sweet Melissa The Memoir Series - The lifestyle of addiction and recovery
Video 2: Sweet Melissa Ignorance is not Bliss Book Trailer for the series
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