This is a very good clip from a mother who lost her son to a heroin overdose.
It doesn't matter how famous you are, or rich, or poor addiction does not discriminate. It can happen to anyone.
Jeannie couldn't just fold her arms and nod her head to fix her son. Barbara Eden suffered with her son too as we all have when a loved one is addicted. I dream that Jeannie could fix all our children this way.
Please watch the 90 second video and pay attention to the end. Break the stigma and reach out. Silence is a killer. The only hope is when we ALL grasp hands outreached.
Grasping an outstretched hand for help is not something only our addicted children must do.