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We All Fall Down

Living with Addiction

by Nic Sheff

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The longer I stay clean, the more the world just opens up with possibilities and hope. But it's so hard to remember that. And I guess that's the problem. So today I wanna remember. Let me tell you what happens: It all falls down. Just like that. Every time.

In his bestselling memoir Tweak, Nic Sheff took readers on an emotionally gripping roller-coaster ride through his days as a crystal meth and heroin addict. Now in this powerful follow-up about his continued efforts to stay clean, Nic writes candidly about eye-opening stays at rehab centers, devastating relapses, and hard-won realizations about what it means to be a young person living with addiction.


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Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Edition: Unabridged

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  • ISBN: 9781611131918
  • File size: 264042 KB
  • Release date: April 10, 2012
  • Duration: 09:09:58

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  • ISBN: 9781611131918
  • File size: 264042 KB
  • Release date: April 10, 2012
  • Duration: 09:09:58
  • Number of parts: 8


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The longer I stay clean, the more the world just opens up with possibilities and hope. But it's so hard to remember that. And I guess that's the problem. So today I wanna remember. Let me tell you what happens: It all falls down. Just like that. Every time.

In his bestselling memoir Tweak, Nic Sheff took readers on an emotionally gripping roller-coaster ride through his days as a crystal meth and heroin addict. Now in this powerful follow-up about his continued efforts to stay clean, Nic writes candidly about eye-opening stays at rehab centers, devastating relapses, and hard-won realizations about what it means to be a young person living with addiction.


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