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I could remember as a child Uncle Tony was the best uncle anyone could ask for He did everything from throwing family gatherings parties camp outs hiking and etc I mean literally there wasnt anything he wouldnt do for me or my family untilMY GRANDMOTHER DIED My Uncle Tonys struggle with drugs caused a change in our relationship emotional stress on my family and made me avoid using drugs This took a strong toll on my uncle and familyWhen my grandmother died my uncle became very devastated and went into a state of depression At this point I saw a drastic change in our relationship He was no longer attentive in my life Somehow the best uncle in the world became a complete stranger to me I no longer received phone calls visits or no one to throw family gatherings with I was curious why he was so distant so I ask my mother what was the reason for his actions My mother sat me down and said Uncle Tony went down the wrong path and got addicted to drugs I immediately drop to the floor with tears rolling down my face like a waterfall For this reason I would never think my uncle would take such a tragic road I felt so betrayed and angry because I looked up to him and now our relationship is goneMy uncle caused emotional stress on our family because he lost everything Tony began abusing crack he hit the pipe so much he began to miss work excessively With that being said he lost his job By losing his job he couldnt keep up with the car note and house payments so his wife Charlene up and left with their two kids Tony had lost both sides of his families at this point of his life I would have never seen this coming He started borrowing money from every family member without repaying them back If we
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