Paris Robinson survived drug addictions, being shot 4 times, became homeless and paralyzed. In this episode, Paris opens up about the failings of chasing material and outer things to fix inner happiness, going from football role models to gangster role models, heroine, crack, mushrooms and trying to find drugs of choice to try to fix life problems.
Paris also talks about how he found supportive people even behind bars, how he received messages from his dead mother that gave him hope to live, how he overcame what was medically impossible to find body movement again, how deciding to do that one thing you’ve never done might change your life, keeping to the present times so you don’t fall back to your old ways, finding strength to stay focused and on track, and more.
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