Nov. 4, 2012
Misty Volaski, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Armstrong feels like she should've known. There was writing on the wall; warning signs; bright red flags. But like so many parents, she figured her son, Beau Farrar, was probably just partying a little too hard. She never suspected he was doing heroin. "I knew he was
smoking pot and drinking, not really having any motivation to do anything with his life," she says. And it went on that way for a while.