I was a junkie. The cravings were unbearable.
I was using day and night around the clock and my mental health was suffering.
I had dealers all over.
Podcasts, TV, talk radio, the internet, subscriptions written everywhere.
I was addicted to politics.
It nearly ruined my life and made me an angry, contentious man nobody wanted to be around anymore.
Then on the road one day, frantically pushing buttons on the dial for yet another fix,
I found the news and this time it was different. It was good news.
It was the SOS answer to prayer when I was at rock bottom.
I started with a few minutes a day on the way to work.
Then took another 15 on the way home.
I got hooked. My attitude changed. I have friends who like me again
and I’m up to more than 30 minutes a day.
I’m Don M. And I’m an SOS addict.