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Recovering meth addict receives her diploma – shares photos of her incredible transformation

November 18th, 2019

Addiction is a problem all around the world when it comes to hard drugs, it’s really easy to get hooked, but extremely difficult to get off. Drugs like heroin and meth quickly trap your body, you become deathly ill without them, so you’ll do anything to get them.

Fortunately, there is a way out, it’s not easy by any means but it is possible! Just ask this young woman, she overcame her addictions to meth and heroin and completely transformed her life!

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This young woman beats her addictions against all odds, her before and after doesn’t even look like the same person

Jamee Valet is a 25-year-old recovering addict from Sweet Home, Oregon. For years, she turned to drugs to cope with the trauma she had endured from a young age. Before she knew it, she was addicted to meth and heroin and could barely even recognize herself in the mirror. However, this isn’t how Jamee’s story would end!

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She recently has made a buzz on the internet with some dramatic before and after pictures, November 5th Jamee posted her story to The Addicts Diary on Facebook and it has since gone viral! Her story is inspiring people from all over and from all walks of life.

My name is Jamee and I am a recovering heroin and meth addict. These pictures are 2 years apart. The better looking…

Posted by The Addict's Diary onTuesday, November 5, 2019

Jamee’s drug use started at the tender age of 13, she moved on to meth and heroin after she was raped by two men at age 17

At a young 13-years-old, Jamee started smoking pot to escape from her already troubled childhood. By 15 she had progressed to opiate-based pills, like Percocet. When she was just 17-years-old, Jamee was raped by two men in the same night, that’s when she made the switch to heroin and meth.

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“I was traumatized and depressed from the rapes, and the first thing I did the day I walked out of the door was met up with some guy,” Jamie told the Daily Mail.

Jamee’s life spiraled out of control when she ended up in jail, she attempted to take her own life

Jamee was completely hopeless, sitting in her jail saw she only saw one way out, that’s when she attempted to hang herself and ended up in a coma for two days. Luckily, she was saved at the last minute by corrections officers.

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That was two years ago, It’s also when Jamee started her road to recovery!

“I spent a lot of my addiction thinking this is it, and that’s another thing I was thinking when I hung myself, I’m never gonna change there’s no hope for me I was absolutely hopeless.” Explained Jamee.

It hasn’t been easy, there were a few relapses, but Jamee has now been clean for 1-year and just got her GED

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Posted by Jamee Valet onFriday, September 27, 2019

Jamee has made a miraculous transformation, she’s been sober for a whole year and now has a boyfriend! They also have two puppies together that mean the world to Jamee!

This amazing story shows that recovery is possible! Good job Jamee, we’re rooting for you!

Posted by Jamee Valet onSaturday, June 9, 2018

Recovering meth addict receives her diploma – shares photos of her incredible transformation

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