Addiction is a problem that 1 in 8 people face. Whether struggling with alcohol or drugs it is a difficult time and not everyone is ready to admit that they have a problem. You can’t help someone who isn’t ready to help themselves and one person who has acknowledged that one key factor is Victoria Doramus. She has struggled with her addiction to Adderall and cocaine since her early 20’s. First seeking treatment in 2011 at the age of 26 Doramus knew she had an unmanageable problem but felt like treatment would be a one time and done kind of deal. She found herself to be wrong trying everything from changing friends, jobs, and even moving to another country. Also learn about her collection of fashionable clothes at Tradesy.
According to Imdb.com, After burning bridges with all her family and friends there was no one to turn to. It wasn’t until she went to New York City and got arrested in 2016 that she knew if she didn’t get real help she could die. Afraid that she couldn’t quit the pills that consumed over half of her life she went to a long-term treatment place in 2017 called Burning Tree. It was a tough love approach. Forcing Doramus to acknowledge her toxic behaviors and really face the reality she tried to run from. After successfully completing her time at treatment, Doramus (@victoriadoramus) moved into a sober living house that required her to learn how to be self-sufficient. Doramus has maintained her sobriety since finishing the program. Now living in the United Kingdom, she is hoping to help others find the road to recovery by sharing her inspiring story and building a halfway house in New York. Now an expert on addiction and recovery Victoria Doramus has seen it all and come back stronger making a name for herself.
Victoria’s site: https://victoriadoramus.com/