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I know he wasn’t out looking for it so it was laced in the drugs he was taking. I thank god I got the opportunity to meet you and am waiting for the day I see you again.I will hold you in my heart until I can hold you in heaven.😘😇 Toronto This is for my Aunt, my best friend, who overdose from opiates on June 16, 2016.I post this public forgiveness as a message to others so that they may be aware of codependency and it’s effects. I hadn’t seen her in 10 years I’m 17 now so I was starting to want to see her before I moved on completely with my life.I hope you are happy and healthy and I now understand why you couldn’t tell me why you left. The day she died mom ( my grandmother but I call her mom) and I had started a folder of thing to show her when we meet after I turned 18 and the next day we get a call saying my mom had overdosed and didn’t make it.

It may not always be enough but we have to change the way we deal with addiction. Left behind are shattered hearts and endless questions. Brent, until we see you again, “we love you to the moon and back” you are finally healed, but it came at a great cost! Drugs had been in and out of his life since he was 15/16. Everyone gravitated towards him because he had the best sense of humor. I just know that he’s reunited with his grandmother now and that he isn’t struggling anymore. Dad, I have a great amount of guilt on my shoulders because I feel as if I couldve helped you if you had just told me what was going on. The last summer of his life he spent with me on Cape Cod in Mass and to hear and see what they did to my son was heartbreaking they destroyed his life he was a tourtured soul after enduring what he did he didn’t have a chance to live a clean happy life. My son David will be clean for a year on the 2nd anniversary of his brother’s death. Your sitting down with the lord who will watch over you!! I miss them so much and I’m scared b/c me and my sister are addicts and depressed.She was a person, smart, funny, always quick witted. 8/1/88 – 10/4/17 God gave us 29 years with Brent and he left us with two beautiful grandchildren. He did his best to try to stay sober, but the addiction had been too powerful. His love for other people and animals would melt your heart. My 24 year old daughter was addicted to oxci 30s and eventually she turned to heroin! Thankfully I had my grandson when she was arrested otherwise he would be in State care! I know we will all be together again but until then I pray they are finally at peace, Okc, okla Dear Mary, I know that you are in recovery now and have realized over the past 4 years why you left me.He was an off and on drug user for years but I truly thought he was getting better. I want to bring awareness to young adolescents that opioid addiction is no joke. I’m left with memories and surround myself with the things that remind me of you.