slot makinesi nasıl çalışır Instead of wrapping her arms around her bubbly “little girl” on her 28th birthday, Tina Louden clung to a light pink urn that held her daughter’s ashes.
bedava kumarhane oyunları For the past three years, she’s suffered through holidays and birthdays without her daughter, Ashley.
This year, on August 15, the tearful mom finally spoke out about Ashley’s untimely death — in a scathing message to her daughter’s drug dealer.
“To my daughter’s drug dealer, this is how I spend my daughter’s birthday now,” she posted on the Facebook page Heroin KILLS you. “How do you live with yourself???
That one question garnered an overwhelming response with more than 256,000 shares. People from across the globe who have experienced the impact heroin can have on a loved one firsthand wrote to the mom from De Soto, Missouri, to applaud her bravery.
Ashley started abusing prescription pills when she was just a teenager. Eventually, she moved on to heroin.
For five years, she tried to get clean — not just for herself, but for her two little girls.
However, Louden says their family lacked the funds to help her seek professional help. And in the end, her beautiful daughter who could instantly “light up a room” lost her battle with addiction, dying a little over a month before her 25th birthday.
“Torture, it’s torture, there’s an emptiness,” said Louden as her daughter’s birthday comes and goes each year.
Louden is hoping her daughter’s story will help shine light on the epidimic that’s “wiping our children out.”
Source: CBS News