Meth Stories

It is the stories of meth users, past and present that make meth personal for me to this day. While I am no longer involved in the drug life, I continue to maintain this blog for all of those who are effected by meth, both as addicts and loved ones. It is the stories that my readers share that reminds me each day, why its so important to raise awareness and why it is so important to share these personal stories with the world. Meth is not a solitary drug – its effects ripple outwards like an earthquake with an addict at the epicenter.

If you have a personal story to share, please contact me:

I accept meth related stories and will also write articles about websites of personal stories. Your contribution can go a long way towards helping others see the personal side of meth use.

Life while using Meth is time spent waiting for death

I Will Always be a Prisoner to Meth

Need Advice: Daughter wants to come home, where the meth is

Living with the Pain of Other People’s Choices

Have Faith, You Are Stronger Than You Tell Yourself

From a Meth Baby: Why You Shouldn’t Use Meth While Pregnant

Quitting Meth: My Daughter is Worth the Fight

Powerful Words from a Teenage Meth User

From Crack to Crank – An Accidental Journey Through Hell

It’s Hard to Love a Meth Addict Without Becoming One Yourself

Death in a Meth Lab Explosion – Yes, it Happens.

The Story Behind the Poem: Crystal Did Me Wrong

Lynn’s Story: Addiction & Meth Use in Pregnancy

Well Here I am, Smoking a Foil as I Write…

A Story of 3 Meth Addicts – One Family.

Ever wonder how meth use runs full circle in a family?

A Story of Crystal Meth Addiction and Recovery

The challenges of staying sober

Intervention: Tressa – Follow up

Quitting Meth IS Possible