The Big Fix: Hope After Heroin by Tracey Helton
The Big Fix: Hope After Heroin
In the wake of surviving almost a time of heroin mishandle and hard living in the city of San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, Tracey Helton Mitchell chose to get perfect for good.
With crude trustworthiness and a piercing point of view on life that exclusive originates from beginning at absolute bottom, The Big Fix reveals to her account of change from destitute heroin someone who is addicted to stable mother of three—and the diligent work and hard lessons that got her there. As opposed to harping on the torment of dependence, Tracey concentrates on her trip of recuperation and revamping her life, while uncovering the failings of the American recovery framework and laying out a way for change. Beginning with the initial phase in her recuperation, Tracey re-figures out how to communicate with men, manufacture new kinships, handle cash, and revive her association with her mom, all while remaining calm, sharp, and devoted to her future.