It was early , and Brianne, a year-old from a woodsy Atlanta suburb, had come to South Florida to leave her heroin addiction behind. That money could buy Brianne a whole lot of heroin. Brianne, whose full name has been withheld to protect her privacy, could be a poster child for the opioid crisis: a blond, green-eyed former softball star who experimented with pills from the medicine cabinet with her high school boyfriend and within a few years was plunging needles into her veins. In , she broke down and admitted to her mom, a software executive named Jen, that she needed help. They made a plan: Brianne would go to treatment for a few months, sober up, and then return home to study at Chattahoochee Technical College. Listen to reporter Julia Lurie detail her nine-month-long investigation into how rehab brokers are trapping some opioid users in a vicious cycle of dependence and exploitation, on the latest episode of the Mother Jones Podcast :.
The song premiered on December 30, , on the SoundCloud account of Rojas, the song's co-producer, before initially being released for digital download as a single on January 29, , [ citation needed ] becoming a sleeper hit in January , in which the single was later re-released for digital download again with a remastered and clean version of the single on February 20, , by Empire Distribution. It currently has million plays since its addition on SoundCloud, as well as over million views on YouTube. In verified annotations added along with song's lyrics on Genius , Rojas, the song's co-producer, spoke about how the song came together:. One day me and X were sitting at the crib going through beats and he wasn't really rocking with any of them, and then the last one I showed him was that beat, and he was like, "Rojas, this is it! X already knew the whole song in his head before he made it. He's creative as fuck. X decided to distort the whole track in one. We made it at Jimmy Duval's Studio. The beat was actually made for Retch, when he came down to Miami after he had a show in Tampa.
Look for girls in your singles ward. What is it like to become a doctor in your country. If you really care and think this is the lifestyle you wanted then go ahead. Early in our relationship, I gave some thought to the question of whether I would ever be willing to marry a non-Mormon. There are a great many beliefs I can't condone but most of them are along the lines of gender stereotyping, and how you apply that to your own life obviously varies by individual.
It is amazing how different values and outlooks, interpersonal relationships can be from family to family. The divorce factor may allow some women to experience single-faith marriage at some point as some Mormon men marry multiple Mormon women over the course of their lifetimes, but the overall point stands: The only options for these women involve seeking a partner outside of the church, or a lifetime of celibacy. If you are only after non-serious dates and spend a great time, you should be fine with this set up. It's really somethi g to watch a person who is so self absorbed. My husband is a doc in the UK so I moved 7, miles for love. And of course, everyone has a different experience. Am constantly trying to be the understanding girlfriend and try to remain humble towards him at all times but It hurts a lot. Her goal is to make you mormon. Look, as a shelia, its no different from a bloke.