Probation officer’s personal connection to drug addiction: Harding’s Heroes


ADDICTION
>>I HAVE BEEN PLAYING MUSIC
AND WRITING SONGS ALL MY
LIFE.
Reporter: HIS STAGE TODAY, A
SMALL ROOM IN HALFWAY HOUSE.
>>YOU HAVE TO THROW YOUR
HEART IN THE RING.
Reporter: WHEN HERE ALL
RECOVERING ADDICTS ARE LOOKING
FOR INSPIRATION OR AN
EXPLANATION, ANYWHERE THEY CAN
FIND I
TODAY THEY ARE FINDING SOME
ANSWERS IN T LYRIC.
>>THEY CAN NEVER QUITE GET
OUT OF A DAY JOB.
Reporter: FOR THE PAST 3
YEARS THE THIRD DISTRICT COURT
IN N BEDFORD.
>>RELATIONSHIPS, DRAMA, ANY
SUBJECT THAT ADDS TO THE DAI
STRUGGLE.
HE FIN INSPIRATION IN HIS
OWN LIFE.
>>I LOST MY OWN SON T
ADDICTION.
I THINK IT DOES GIVE ME A
LITTLE CREDIBILITY.
>>AND THEY THINK HE CAN
HELP.
>>TO SAVE M LIFE HE TRIED TO
GET HELP.
>>WE LISTENED T MUSIC AND
SOMEBODY ELSE IS PUTTING INTO
WORD HOW YOU FEEL.
>>AND WHEN THAT CONNECTION
HAPPENS, WAYNE CALLS IT THE
AH-HA MOMENT.
>>THAT’S THE GOAL.
THEY GET THAT AND I NEVER
THOUGHT OF IT THAT WAY.
IT IS LIF CHANGING.
THAT’S THE MAGIC.
THAT’S WHY I DO IT.
>>THAT’S THE MAGIC.
HE STARTED A NEW ROLE AND HE
IS NOW RETIRING FROM HIS DAY

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