Well, the headlines in the papers make me look like a Columbian drug lord. The fact is; yes me and my mates (except Franksie) took loads of drugs. We lived for the weekend when we would get as high as kites and sit and talk bollocks to one and other. I quickly noticed that there was never enough drugs for me. People would be content with their intake but me? I would take too many and make myself ill. Later I went into a clinic to do something about my addictive personality. I never hid this from the public. I’ve never hidden anything from the public! There are some people, I am one of them, that one of anything is not enough. I haven’t touched drugs for 25 years, and God willing I won’t do today. I have however become very interested in the whole subject of drugs and drug takers.
Care after Combat has two main roles; the first being the rehabilitation of ex veteran prisoners and the other is helping veterans and serving members of HM armed forces with their substance and booze addiction. We CAN help these people. Dr Nick Murdock, a veteran himself, heads our team. He is brilliant. I wish I could learn more. I watch and listen as Nick talks me through the problems people face. Every story sounds like my own story. We will help these people.
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