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REMEMBRANCES

To my loving husband

Bruce Craig was an amazing husband, father, son and pop pop. One minute we were speaking and the next he was gone. It took a second before I even realized what was happening💔 I know if he could take it back he would. I know there’s no way he would leave me ALONE. First time overdosing was the last. He never got a second chance. Addiction is such a cruel disease. We have to remove the stigma or we will lose more loved ones unnecessarily. Because they differ in silence for fear of meeting judged

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REMEMBRANCES

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