“Hello. My name is Poncho and I am an alcoholic and an addict.”
The control freak lawyer in me understands what you went through a lot better. The Texan in me hopes you keep adding your voice to the mix. Now that it’s so readily apparent that partisan, dysfunctional governing kills, I believe there are a lot of folks who are ready for change and want leadership toward that change.
Beautifully stated, sir. More people need to know and understand the realities of addiction and how it is so intricately interwoven with mental illness. The more we can shine a light on it the less it can survive. Nothing good grows in darkness. Thank you for sharing your light and your story. You have my respect and admiration. I wish you all the best in health and happiness as you move forward.
Poncho, i was crying all the way to the end. I just Imagine how many People is crying for help and find themselves being alone. Stay strong an God bless you!
Ponchó, Do not allow anyone or anything to steal your Joy, Family is here for you yesterday, today and tomorrow.
The rep speaks to the pain of folks calling for change in a lopsided legislature, for example, gun violence prevention. Lopsided in terms of seemingly few who support gun safety and many who bow to pressure and support even outrageous policies to make Texas less safe, more dangerous.