I was awakened by the sound of someone screaming. I couldn’t make out the words, but I didn’t need to. The sound was unnerving enough without knowing what was being said. As I opened my eyes and adjusted to my surroundings, I was reminded once again where I was: jail.Read More
On July 14th, 2007, I was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning—again. I only drank for six years—freshman year of college until right after my 24th birthday—but those six years were action packed.Read More
My rock bottom was a suicide attempt. I honestly didn’t think I could stop. I had tried everything.Read More
I was born on the Island of Oahu to a good family. There was never any drug use or drinking. I guess you could say it was hard though, having to deal with them talking about gay people. Little jokes and derogatory terms. I never felt that they would understand if I told them. I was sexually abused from one of my siblings from a very young age.Read More
By my Sophomore Year I strongly suspected that I was an alcoholic. I had zero control over drinking. I got smashed every time. I came from a long line of men who were alcoholics. My Dad. His Dad. My Uncle. My Dad’s Uncle.
The Since Right Now Podcast's other half finally shares his story. And in a PowerPoint (now a PDF,) no-less. Download it, print it, treasure it forever. Or something.Read More