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Selling me soul would be a lot easier if I could just find it Nikki Sixx was the founder and face of Motley Crue who in fact took them to the top almost by himself However he was a man who was so hooked on cocaine and heroin that certain elements of his life had to change so dramatically in order for him to peak through the darkness of life and into the light In fact Nikki Sixx had to die twice before he could realize he needed to change his lifestyle because he knew that his third time would be his unlucky charm I used the following quotation as a good presentation of his life because Nikki Sixx lost who he was at a point in his life Through this quotation one may see and predict how Nikki has changed emotionally inviting depression into his life Not only that but Nikki had changed physically also his body went through stages so quick that even he began to lose track of who he was Ultimately affecting his famous career and sending it down a steady path of failure In which made Nikki state this quote Nikki Sixx himself had lost track of who he was Heroin its a drug that helps you to escape the reality that you are faced with only to make it harder to cope with when you are recaptured Every time Nikki took heroin it made it harder to realize the outcome of his actions ultimately causing depression and loneliness to set into his life I could tell depression and loneliness was just knocking at Nikki door but it had already clearly kicked itself in Sometimes things were so close to Nikki that he couldnt even see them Nikki has days when he would just lay in his bed he would be so lonely that he felt that he was trapped in his own destiny He contemplates suicide on days like
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