Intervention: Carrie is a Homeless Heroin Addict (Season 14, Episode 13) | A&E

Carrie was a promising young boxer until heroin derailed her chances and put her out on the street in this collection of scenes from “Carrie E.”

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Intervention
Season 14
Episode 201
Carrie E.

“Intervention” profiles people who have hit rock bottom in their addiction as they are confronted by friends and family seeking to intervene.

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26 thoughts on “Intervention: Carrie is a Homeless Heroin Addict (Season 14, Episode 13) | A&E

  1. she wasn't tough, and she isnt a good boxer. Stop lying to these people. that's one of the reasons that they get addicted to begin with. Is because people are not bein ghonest

  2. Boxing is crazy, crazy fun! You learn self defense and it's super addicting in the best way! I hate sports and working out but boxing is so much fun I don't even consider it like working out… even though I know it is

  3. Fear of the withdrawal led me to taking Suboxone for almost 10 years after an Oxy addiction. I was done having to take something to feel normal, but I also thought it wouldn’t be that bad since I wasn’t a drug addict anymore 🙄. The withdrawals were just as awful as I remember- maybe worse, but being able to feel everything again was worth it.😁

  4. It's crazy how much better & healthier heroin addicts look when they get sober. I look at my before & after pictures & it's like 2 completely different people. You're really not yourself when you're on it. Going on 5 months clean from my 4th relapse & I plan on it being my last 💪

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