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The body lay there trapped like a figure embedded beneath layers of ice John was shivering cold almost frozen All that he could focus on was the unbearable pain that was raging through every inch of his body He was tightly strapped to the bed the leather straps around his arms and legs denying his attempt for bodily movement The young mans face was so pale that it almost matched the ghost-white spreadsheet of the bed Having just woken from his sleep John lay staring at the ceiling His head was throbbing with the vivid mental scars of the time when he lived day-by-day surviving from one hit to the next John was only fifteen when he was peer-pressured into trying what was known then as smack more commonly known now as off topic drug He didnt realise then at that point in time at that party on that day in that hour that he would stop living on earth and fall into the recesses of hell Before he could pause and take stock of his situation John started to commit serious offences in order to fund his addiction His family could not grasp the fact that their son an A grade student with close friends had become acquainted with the devils advocate Questions started to race through the familys mind What have we done Is it our fault Have we been putting too much pressure on him The reality however was that the problems roots were firmly planted in John Suddenly John broke out in patches of sweat His fingers were trembling struggling to break free of his captivity Tears rushed down his thin boney cheeks and his heart was beating rapidly He couldnt handle the disturbing thoughts that were pacing through his mind he couldnt see himself spending his life lying in the institution waiting for something to click into place John engaged countless thoughts of his situation Eventually he decided to
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