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Epilogue: Corinne was kicked out of the first treatment center for getting drunk on the grounds. She transferred to another treatment center, in which she left early. Corinne relapsed several times after leaving treatment, but became sober when she learned that she was pregnant. She gave birth to a daughter, and had another daughter a few years later.
Drunk: Relapsed torrent
Epilogue: As a condition to get Lauren to agree to go to treatment, Mike, who had a desire to get back into recovery and wanted to be a role model for Lauren, was allowed to move in temporarily with Lauren's family. The show's producers offered to get Mike into treatment in a nearby facility in Pennsylvania; Mike eagerly accepted but had many issues during his second stint in rehab and his relationship with Lauren is strained. Lauren managed to get sober and worked for Oasis, a drug treatment centre, in Anaheim, California until she relapsed in November 2007; she returned to recovery and was sober since January 2008. During Lauren's initial rehab stay, her childhood friend Déa died of a drug overdose. The episode carries a dedication "In Loving Memory of Déa".
Epilogue: Charles was kicked out of his program for having syringes mailed to him, but transferred to another one in Florida. A November 2008 re-airing revealed that he subsequently moved into sober living, but relapsed after one month; now he lives back on the streets in California and is again using heroin. He was arrested for using his brother's identity and has been in jail since September 2009.
Epilogue: Tiffany relapsed six months after treatment. She broke up with her boyfriend and moved into a sober-living facility. Tiffany's mother continues to drink. Tiffany has been sober since November 22, 2009.
Epilogue: Skyler entered treatment and was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder. At the time of airing, it was not known whether his use of "bath salts" was a contributing factor. Jessa completed three-plus months of treatment and returned to Minnesota. Six months later, she relapsed with marijuana.
Epilogue: Three months after Eric goes to treatment, he is visited by his parents and has been sober for eighty-four days and describes his treatment as "a good road." Eric completed his treatment and moved into sober living. He has been sober since December 12, 2012. His father Joe has also been sober since Eric's intervention. Sadly, Eric relapsed and died of an overdose on August 19, 2017.
Natalie had been in other residential programs before RSAT and had not found them effective. After leaving prison, she did return to substance use briefly before desisting for some time. At the time of her interview, she reported that she had relapsed for a few months at the beginning of the current year and became pregnant at the end of that period, and now she felt that she would be clean for good.
A fearful idea now suddenly drove the blood in torrents upon my heart, and for a brief period, I once more relapsed into insensibility. Upon recovering, I at once started to my feet, trembling convulsively in every fibre. I thrust my arms wildly above and around me in all directions. I felt nothing; yet dreaded to move a step, lest I should be impeded by the walls of a tomb. Perspiration burst from every pore, and stood in cold big beads upon my forehead. The agony of suspense grew at length intolerable, and I cautiously moved forward, with my arms extended, and my eyes straining from their sockets, in the hope of catching some faint ray of light. I proceeded for many paces; but still all was blackness and vacancy. I breathed more freely. It seemed evident that mine was not, at least, the most hideous of fates.
"I had four and a half years almost, and then I relapsed," Mewes said. "And that was only because, it's not even like I went out and chased it. I had gotten hurt, and I got a shot of Demerol for the pain, and that sparked the whole thing back. 'Oh, I remember that feeling and I miss it.'"
"I relapsed again, and Kevin was like, 'You were doing so well. You had over four years. What happened?' I said, 'Look, I don't think I was sharing what was going on. When I felt that shot of Demerol and was feeling good, I didn't talk to someone. Like whoa, I'm scared. I felt that and I want to go back to that and stuff. And I wasn't accountable to anybody or talking to anyone.'"
He did not notice his door softly open, nor know hismother was near until she placed her hand gently on hisshoulder. He looked up at her face full of tender sympathy,and poured out to her his trouble in a torrentof hot rebellious words.
The crowd now had grown so entranced, and the torrentof his speech so rapid, they forgot to cheer andfeared to cheer lest they should lose a word of the nextsentence. They hung breathless on every flash of feelingfrom his face or eloquent gesture.
Maria Nikolaevna suddenly turned to him. "Andit's not your pleasure to know just what sort ofwoman I am? I can't wonder at it, though," shewent on, leaning back again on the sofa cushions."A man just going to be married, and for love, andafter a duel. . . . What thoughts could he have foranything else?" Maria Nikolaevna relapsed intodreamy silence, and began biting the handle of her fanwith her big, but even, milkwhite teeth. 041b061a72