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Always Remembering Bob

My boyfriend Robert Watt overdosed on 12/9/17. I was sitting right next to him but couldn’t do anything to help him because I fell out myself. He was 32 years old. He leaves behind 3 children. This picture was taken about 2 hours before it happened. I actually got arrested for his death because I bought us the heroin that day. Thank god for that because I would not be writing this. I’d be dead. He was so great, such a truly amazing guy. He is the first thing I think of in the morning and the last thing before I sleep. His smile, his eyes, him laying next to me dead when I woke up that night with a needle still sticking out of my arm. I use that image every time I even think about heroin. I just got out of prison 3 weeks ago after 2 and a half years. I have no idea what my future holds, I’m just so grateful I even have 1. His death is what saved my life and I am going to make him proud of me every single day because there will never be another needle full of poison to take me to him.he was worth so much more than that. He deserves this. He should be here. It’s never too late and it WILL kill you. Please get help, you’re worth so much more.

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