High school student, 16, describes her struggle with heroin

Drea attends Rockdale Recovery High School in Massachusetts, where the main entrance requirement is that the students must be addicts.
2:24 | 11/02/17

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Really no liquid star witness failed. Police have a life musically sports so soccer but I used to love basketball and then. I just how Los Angeles when I say let doing drugs and stuff. I've been using heroin for a year sending them wrench into two police. Are using together news. Went from there. We just loved it and selling so comfortable with myself and lake had an honest self confidence. Ever so excited we have problems. We would use every single weekend we go to the movies and reviews. I started to go through it draws and we just feel like Connolly depressingly. Sad ending any roiling can't. The Olympics I noticed as I know what I'm doing is wrong I know that it's tried it's killing people every single day. But I didn't care because. I was entrapped that's that's how I felt. The schools and I OKC begin daily fines and excellently I hate this. Someone. She's had a rough two weeks she said to me. When I was using drugs or had no feelings. And if I did have a feeling it is used more drugs those feelings that were tamp down rise up and who really scary way. Just like. The world's coming shoulders and everything so overwhelming whether it's cooler friends. They're just trauma and likely Stanley how to speak up and coming US. I shut Hanley and that's what caused this lobsters thing in my arms. I mean I'm guessing that mr. never everything that's how my relapse I just feel worse and worse about it and I thinks it's okay for me to. You know be using these drugs even though I note they're killing millions of people every day. And like so lucky to be alive or in out and no problem but I still morning news. Tomorrow's supposed to be going detox. Which I'm really not excited for but I know for a fact that I needed. And then you know this isn't like a joke it's like death.

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