Intervention: Tiffany Looks for Her Dealer (Season 16) | A&E

Tiffany lies to her mother and husband as she goes off in search of her drug dealer in this clip from “Tiffany”. #Intervention

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Intervention
Season 16
Episode 4
Tiffany

“Intervention” profiles people whose addictions or other compulsive behaviors have brought them to a point of personal crisis, and the friends and family members who come together to help them.

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41 thoughts on “Intervention: Tiffany Looks for Her Dealer (Season 16) | A&E

  1. To all my addicts in the comments, just know that there are alot of people out there that know exactly what you are going through. I hope you find your road out, and I hope you can soon say "I was an addict" instead of "I am an addict."

    I'm currently in the second category, but by miracles from God, I've quit 130mg of methadone, and have taken my 150 pill a day habit down to ten, how I was affording or getting that many pills a day…don't ask. I'm checking into a really good detox center tonight to get me through this final last step, then nothing will hold me back. Jesus cares about you and wants to see you succeed, and the process will be painful, but we learn from that pain never to allow this chemical to rule our lives ever again.

    God bless you all, you are loved, and you matter, even if you are totally off the rails right now and feel completely hopeless, like I often have in the last couple months while I tried to kick this beast on my own.

  2. Man that was always such a terrible feeling I still remember sittin in the parking lot late at night watchin the homeless from my car wondering how much longer till I was there I’d sit there for 2 hours or longer waiting for the drugs an of coarse when you’re starting to withdrawal that feels like years am I’m sure I had my fair share of panic attacks an freaks outs :/ just the way it is I suppose

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