The Second Chance: My Life as a Child of Addiction

A not-uncommon statement from a person in addiction is, “I’m not hurting anyone but myself.” Denice Delgado would beg to differ. She grew up in a home filled with domestic violence & drug abuse, and that set her life (and the lives of her siblings) on a dark, self-destructive path, resulting in her struggle with an addiction of her own. So how did she break the cycle? Take a look at The Second Chance to find out.

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