I am a survivor of the crack-cocaine epidemic era of Washington, DC. My mission is to share my story to anyone that would like to listen to the principles for education, hope and solutions as it relates to what are Co-Occurring Disorders, and their impact on society.
For those who are listening, it is important to know that your story can make a difference. Who would have every thought that writing my books as a survivor of depression, addictions and suicidal ideations who allow me to have a vision, and become the founder of a national walk and vendor event knowns as DC Walk 4 ReCovery.
A walk to encourage others to never give up, no matter how dark the roads maybe. There is help, hope and treatment out there. YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Something to Ponder
Can an addict ever be free? Can a person with mental health disorders live a normal life? Or could the answer possibly be in harm reduction? Memoirs Of An Addict: Fact or Fiction.
Has there ever been a time in your life when you forgot who you were? Or where you were? Or who you belong to? Mary/Pumpkin Recovery Girl.
Mommy why are you crying? Has the challenges of life beat you down? Do you cry because society feels as though I am a culture nuisance? The Neuroplasticity, Implicit Bias Theory Explained: in English & Spanish Editions
What will be your legacy? Do you believe in hope? The H.O.P.E. INFLUENCER’S Diary.
There are reasons why a person chooses to escape reality
Author M/R Johnson books begin the uncomfortable conversations regarding behavioral health disorders from lived and professional experiences. Her books address the social, emotional, mental, physical and spiritual affects and effects regarding
what are Co-Occurring Disorders?
Each book provides education, hope and solutions that move beyond in-patient and out-patient treatment care, to sustainability living a normal life beyond addictions and mental health disorders for children and adults.