Aaron Barnes hit rock bottom before building a foundation of recovery.
As Told To Gina Loveless
Original Source: menshealth.com
One day in March of 2015, I was drenched in a pool of my own sweat withdrawing from opioids. The last 20 or so years of my life had finally caught up to me.
When I was 18, I was lifeguarding at a waterpark in Omaha after having graduated from high school. That’s when first started using drugs and alcohol.
In the fall of 1994, I started at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and pledged a fraternity. But my Phi Kappa Alpha days didn’t last long. I was caught selling drugs to…click here to continue reading