#IMOA Category

Kathy Massa IMOA
February 25, 2018
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My stepson remembered.

One year ago today we lost our son ADAM from a heroin overdose! This epidemic needs to stop. Please forward this post in memory to keep the conversation going! #IMOA 12,169

IMOA by ReecerMedia
February 25, 2018
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My best friend’s son, remembered.

My best friend lost her son at the age of 33 to a heroin overdose. I remember getting the phone call from her the day after it happened. I recall her telling me she felt like a truck had just run over her heart and smashed it into bits. As a mother myself I can only imagine the incredible sorrow she felt at the loss of his or her child. Sadly there many other mothers…

IMOA
February 25, 2018
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My nephew remembered.

One year ago today my nephew Adam passed away from a heroin overdose. Adam was extremely bright, charming, funny, witty, a loving son, brother, uncle, and a talented musician. He also struggled his entire life with bipolar disorder. Our family is sharing this with the wish that we never stop talking about the dangers of using, and to the heroin epidemic occurring. Our goal is to have this shared 12,169 times. The amount of days…

February 25, 2018
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My big brother, remembered.

Written by Adam’s younger sister, Michelle. I was around 10 years old when Adam first came into my life. With such a big age difference, we didn’t have much in common but I was always so curious about him. He was his own person, he beat to his own drum and he didn’t care what anyone thought. He told it like it was and it was never meant to hurt you, he was just real.…

Lynn Reeves IMOA
February 25, 2018
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My son remembered. #IMOA 12,169

Today, one year ago, my son Adam died from a heroin overdose. I share this so that the conversation about this poison and the thousands of lives it claims every year never stops. We’ve all heard the statistics – More than 64,000 people died in 2016 from overdoses. Heroin epidemic, opioid crisis…..it’s almost a daily report on the news. What does it really mean….. It means that every single day, more than 175 mothers/fathers, brothers/sisters find…