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“Pulling a geographic” in early sobriety is generally discouraged, but if you’re looking to leave behind people, places and things, The Fix recommends lighting out for these American cities–each with its own unique recovery community.
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Siggy Torfason wants to be clear that her heroin addiction has nothing to do with getting high.
“First, I was staying clean so I wouldn’t go to prison. Then I was staying clean so I wouldn’t lose my kids. Then, I started realizing I’m doing this for myself.”
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