Susan Segovia-Munoz was born in Los Angeles, California. The Sweet Melissa Memoir Series is her first project. It is a series about overcoming adversity. It is the author's personal story of self-destruction. Learning from the bottom up and always the hard way, things are finally starting to develop a shine of their own. The author tells all, including many humiliating experiences. She leaves nothing out. From a homeless junkie to a law abiding drug-free citizen, this author is working hard to show that anything is possible and that it is her "Time to Shine!" She enjoys writing, photography (both in front and behind the camera), painting, and learning something new each day. She hopes to give inspiration and hope to the addict and the family members of the addict. Her story contains may triggers and may not be suitable for the newly recovered.
Addiction, The Lifestyle, The Recovery Star light, Star bright, I wish I may, I wish I might. Well, you know how the saying goes, and it was going to take a lot more than a wish upon a star to change my life. My mind was clouded from years of drug abuse, and my senses… [Read More]
HEROIN ADDICTION, THE LIFESTYLE, THE RECOVERY You better be careful of what you wish for. That hunger, that craving, that need. That longing, and that fulfillment of satisfaction. It just might turn your life, into a living hell. At the very best, your worst nightmare. I so desperately wanted to be loved, accepted, and appreciated…. [Read More]
HEROIN ADDICTION, THE LIFESTYLE, THE RECOVERY Roses are red, Violets are blue. If you shoot too much HEROIN, You’ll soon be blue too… Please God, don’t let me DIE in prison. My limp, blue body had just been dragged across the cold linoleum floored hallway, from another inmate’s cell over to my own. I had… [Read More]
HEROIN ADDICTION, THE LIFESTYLE, THE RECOVERY Like the saying goes, what goes up, must come down. I just wish it did not have to apply to my life all the time. I have always tried to be optimistic, but who was I trying to kid? My life was destined to be one disaster after another,… [Read More]
ADDICTION, THE LIFESTYLE, THE RECOVERY The author was a very stubborn, naive, and gullible woman with a bad case of low self-esteem. At 18 years old, from an upper middle class suburban family, she was always known as the fat sister. She was the black sheep and the trouble maker. Believing herself to be stupid,… [Read More]
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I am kind of like the under dog here. I am not college educated and I learn absolutely everything the hard way. It would be nice to win something or to be gifted a few days or so of time off from marketing, so I […]