Love has a funny way of making us feel invigorated and depressed at the same time. I didn't want to do many of the things I went through, but they proceeded, reeking havoc on my shattered persona. I witnessed a first-hand account of darkness in its ugliest form and fell under its spell, succumbing to an evil I never thought possible. Who was that person? How could I be so naive when everything I did was calculated?
Readers interested in how addiction and mental health can put you in the most undesirable conditions, I share my life through the beginning, and the events leading to my incarceration, living inside the system during a global pandemic. Basketcase: The Memoir takes you inside my mind and what led me to make the choices that would later haunt me. But those choices didn't kill me. I survived to show how, even through the roughest life filled with bad decisions, you can find the right path.