Dearest Michelle, I too feel your pain and loss. I lost my son Chase age 21 on February 6, 2010 from an accidental drug overdose. You can read his story at www.mitchellchasejones.com He too was doing so well the last year of his life then he began slipping a few times using. The last two months of his life he was in a half way rehab and doing GREAT! Then he called a friend and said he just wanted to use one more time. He was alone when he used and was found a day and half later, he was actually in the rehab house when he passed. My heart will forever have a hole in it. My only comfort and peace is to know how much he loved God and I know he is in heaven and I will get to see him again and spend eternity with him. My prayers are with you my friend and you are not alone in this suffering. God bless you and may God's peace comfort you today.
Johns Creek, GA
Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. I too lost a son from a drug overdose, March 1, 2010, it doesn't seem real, he too had been clean, but for only 2 months, this girl kept luring him with her pain pills (roxys) and he was not well enough to resist, he thought it would be one last weekend party, she even rented a hotel suite and of course her pills for him were free. He had asked me to help him get his life back. I had him in an outpatient rehab, but it wasn't working for him, he said he needed spiritual help, so I got that for him, it was working. This girl that was giving him the roxys, gave him enough to kill him, and instead of calling 911, she text her friends saying that Jeremy was dying, he suffered for sometime. I pray that God would give me a revelation as to what happen, I do not understand. He was a full time college student (at the top of his class) at night. Jeremy was suppose to graduate in December, he had so much to live for. I did find a minister who lost a daughter in a plane crash on youtube (Walter Hallam) go to the search and type in Walter Hallam life after death. I hope this helps you. Only God can heal our hearts. With love and prayers, Cheryl