A little more than a decade ago, Doug Hallock owned a successful insurance business in Arizona.
But beneath the veneer of stability, he had a secret: Hallock was a heroin addict.
“It seemed like I had been a drug addict all my life,” he said.
Blessedly, those closest to him decided to stop being fooled and to stop him from fooling himself any longer.
They held a classic intervention, and Hallock began to receive the treatment he needed.