Drug addiction has brought many lives to an abrupt end across many countries globally. Victoria Doramus is a living testimony of how drug addiction turns your life around and how rehabilitation is the only way out. At 26 years old, she had been affected by Adderall and cocaine. She later went to a rehabilitation center in Tucson, Arizona. Here she stayed for 45 days where she received information on how to manage the addiction. Victoria Doramus was acquitted of the skills and experiences to help her in overcoming the addiction. The journey was not easy as she continued struggling with understanding herself. She went to the extent of changing friends and homes but to no avail.
In 2016, Victoria Doramus attended the Connecticut rehab center for another 65 days and later went back home. At this point, she was determined to show his mother that she was on the path to recovery. To seek consolation, Victoria Doramus resorted to taking amphetamine pills in a bid to control her addiction. She had taken amphetamine pills for over 15 years, and they became a problem. Soon, the body system rejected the pills, and she was forced and abandon them that also proved difficult, see more on her website.
With continued suffering, Victoria Doramus returned to Austin, Texas in 2017 to continue the treatment process at Burning Tree. In August of 2017, she left the rehabilitation center after going through the required stages of recovery. Victoria Doramus went to Dallas where she started living alone and having few neighbors he had met at the rehab. Victoria Doramus (@iamvictorialynn) later got a job in Dallas and remained focused on putting at bay any drugs and taking strides in building her future. After working and accumulating some money, she later flew back to Nashville where she met her ailing mom. From there, she moved to New York where she worked with addiction non-profit organizations.