As drugs begin to spin your own child’s life, grief and fear sit on the parent’s shoulder. They don’t always relent even after decades. Three parents talk about how the child’s drug problem feels.
Kaisa Hahto HS
2:00 | Updated 6:30
Sweet little boy sitting on the couch at home. She has a green college shirt and a small child’s uninhibited hair with her forehead hair.
James-father, 55, looks Raimochildhood picture of his son from his computer.
Next, he rolls out the pictures of the open-slit couch and the broken door.
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