Note: The views expressed in this article do not necessarily align with those of the Open Discussion Movement. It’s purpose is simply to provide additional dialogue.
This article was written by Kimberly White at Inspiremore.com. The article tells the story of a father, Paul DiGiacomo, whose daughter is a heroin addict. While watching an Anderson Cooper 360 segment on the opioid epidemic, Paul and his wife were shocked when their daughter appeared as an interviewee. So Paul packed his bags, went to the “methadone mile” where his daughter was located and set up camp. Personally, I’m not a fan of his approach, but it shows you the lengths at which parents will go to for their suffering children.