Finally an article in this paper that isn't just basically the worst journalism ever produced!
I had no idea that we had such a problem here. I have taken pain meds for years due to back and neck issues. My husband would take my pills. I think he had even started taking them and putting something else in the bottle for me to take. Then I found the cut up straws, little baggies. I could no longer have him in my home with my child. I had slipped in to clinical depression do to the deaths of my parents and husband that I could not trust. I was taking 3 of the 7.5 mil of Hydrocodone for about 10 years. Thank God my eldest daughter moved me to TN. There they got me on other meds that work for the pain and brought me out of the Hydrocodone fog. I thank God again do not have the addictive trait.
Thank you all for all the information and work you are doing. I wish my husband would have worked with me to get him help.
This is one of the best articles that I've read in awhile! It's diffently a cry for help in this city. Charleston is to blind these days of the ugly truth that lives here.
Wow... Beautifully done! Glad we have resources in this town.
Outstanding Journalism. This is some of the best writing I have encountered in this paper.
How is the 2 day evacuation figure for Matthew calculated? It arrived in the Charleston area on Saturday morning but the I26 lane reversal was 3pm on Wed.
Some people left even earlier, it was a 6+ hour drive to Columbia on Tuesday night (I'm reliably informed).
Hugo is definitely the standard to measure against for the past half-century. David in 1979 was a Cat 5 in the Caribbean but nothing by the time it reached Charleston.
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