STORIES OF HOPE

Gerald White
Gerald White
I was adopted at a few days old and I thank God for my adoption as my birth mother gave me away because she couldn’t look after me. Although my adoption was a great thing, the rejection I felt from my birth mother wasn’t and this hurt me, and from this I used to put […]
Jess Griffith’s
Jess Griffith’s
My first crisis in life happened before I was even born. I was one of a set of twins and my mum miscarried my twin and had a d and c, a scrape round her womb, she didn’t know she was still pregnant and I survived. I was a very happy child and laughed at […]
John Evans
John Evans
I was diagnosed at 18, six weeks into my fresher year at Leicester University, six weeks in which I had lost one and a half stone in weight.  I was aware of this because I had been weighing myself every couple of hours, and though I could see something was wrong, it never made me […]
Nick Inman
Nick Inman
I started taking drugs at a very early age and was using them regularly from about fourteen due to a family break up and an innate desire for experimentation. Drugs seemed to be the answer to everything and were to shape my life until my early thirties. Everything I did involved drugs, the taking, buying […]