Javier Belgerithe former actor of “tail brigade“, television show with which he became known in his childhood, he went through super hard moments in his life because of the addictions and the drugs. Now, in a conversation she had with Gaston Pauls in free beingsHe recounted his suffering and experience.
At 44 years old, he recounted that he suffered problems with addictions from a very young age, worse than today he was able to get out, he has a rock band and seeks to help wherever he can “I think I can add a grain of sand so that people who are ill, who are involved in drugs, and had a bad time, like I did, can get out”, recounted the exactor when Gaston Pauls He asked him why he agreed to be interviewed.
According to his account, at the age of 13 he was already consuming alcohol and from there the addictions. “That was a door that opened, physically or spiritually, for me to go straight to cocaine,” she explained. “I didn’t enjoy it, I hadn’t found the mambo at that time. At 15 he was already sunk in a sea of cocaine”, he continued his story Belgeri.
Later, he commented that he also suffered addiction al paco, one of the most addictive drugs. “It is addictive, it is very addictive, it is something that seduces you, it is something that is rich, it is something that your body likes, it is something that you stay glued to the touch. Thank God, I don’t know how God did it, but he got me out of there fast“,express Javier.
About what was his change to leave the drugsrecounted: “I looked in the mirror and said ‘I have to stop with this madness’at that moment I clicked, I go to the hospital and I tell him, crying, ‘I want to go in’”. After being hospitalized, he began to become aware of the importance of the professional help he received. “When I go into hospital, I recover my family ties. The first thing I recovered was my mother, my father, who had not seen them for many years, my daughter and my brother, who, thank God, is already recovering.”, he declared through tears before the gaze of pauls.
To close, he spoke directly to the camera and pointed to young people who are between 13 and 14 years old and are experiencing an ordeal like the one he experienced. “Don’t do it, because you’re going to get into a place where you won’t be able to get out. There will come a time when that darkness will not want to let go of you, you will, but the darkness will not want to let you go.”, he concluded Javier Belgeri.
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