American Woman Who Survived 19 Overdoses Is Celebrating Three Years Free Of Drugs With Her Impressive Transformation (16 PICS)

Posted in RANDOM       5 Mar 2021       2885       16 GALLERY VIEW

Madison McManus, 28, says she was first introduced to hard drugs by her then-boyfriend at just 15 years old. She dropped out of school and lost her family, spending six years on the streets. McManus says she fell pregnant at 18, but gave up her daughter to keep using.

After 19 overdoses, she decided to get clean in 2018 after an arrest. Now her family is back in her life and she is trying to win back custody of her nine-year-old girl. She urges other addicts to remember there's a “solution to this disease”.


Credits:  www.the-sun.com
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Roberta 6 month s ago
lmao druggies always look the same. sunken eyes, thin jaw, wants to be a single parent for the benefits and support. and bam right back down the hill.
       
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Theodora 6 month s ago
Roberta, You write your sh#te hoping to tick people off, but mostly, you make us feel better because we are not you. Have a nice life.
       
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Dre 1 weeks ago
Roberta, are you talking about yourself experience?
       
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Edny 6 month s ago
Hey I am 58 years heroin free! Where is my reward?

Seems not being a self serving idiot seeking artificial pleasure should garnish somthing....
       
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Mervyn 6 month s ago
Edny,

Yeah, but you're a grumpy twat. Nobody likes grumpy old folks.
Do they even allow mobiles in your retirement home or are you on your dailup? mocking
       
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Sampson 6 month s ago
On the bright side, George Floyd has 285 days of successful sobriety!
       
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Eustacia 6 month s ago
Sampson,

You think alot about George Floyd. Counting the days even. heart

Too bad he died so you two can't hook up.
       
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Paula 6 month s ago
I would tap her
       
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Martin 6 month s ago
With the exception of Theodora, you all are just pure cringe. ^^
       
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Bartel 6 month s ago
19 overdoses!!??
At what point does she accept responsibility and attempt to pay back the society that saved her sorry a$$ 19 times?

Addiction is not a disease, but a condition.
       
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Zeph 6 month s ago
Bartel,
you seem to have solution for everything; just if they would have your wisdom.
       
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Feltie 6 month s ago
Zeph, she urges other addicts to remember there's a solution to the disease.
I guess that counts as doing her part. More lives saved, I'm sure! Now, off to the internet to post narcissistic selfies, of her fabulous new self.
       
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Sophie 6 month s ago
wow i cant believe it, the internet produced something that actually made me feel good
       
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Obedience 6 month s ago
What a hottie, imagine dating her when she was a druggy then after she got super hot.
       
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Hopp 6 month s ago
Obedience, be careful what you wish for - in all likelihood she'd have taken you down with her.
       
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Cammie 6 month s ago
For some rock bottom is enough. For others they need to hit and bounce a few times just to make sure. Most don't make it back from that. One can only hope she uses her new time wisely. Temptation is forever doing pushups in the parking lot.
       
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