Diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome in 1973 and Multiple sclerosis in 1984, I grew up terribly insecure and found comfort in solitude to hide from my problems. Eventually, cocaine became my best friend and companion for 13 years, causing my wife to leave. I began writing short stories in 1997 at the end of my marriage.
This book describes an average middle class man's descent into drug abuse and how it affected his life for 13 years. Diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome at 12, and Multiple Sclerosis at 23, are just two contributing factors leading up to addiction, and ultimately redemption. Candid and oftentimes shocking, you will see the daily struggles associated with both chronic illness and substance abuse.