Hunter admitted in “The Beautiful Things” that his fear of recurrence of drugs and alcohol has always existed
Washington— There is no conclusion about Hunter Biden’s turbulent life. He knew even the most dazzling and shameful details. The only son of the President of the United States told The New Yorker in 2019 about his dirty years under the dictatorship of alcohol and drugs (just when his father decided to make a big bet on the White House), and now, his latest redemption book is his His memoir, “Memoirs” was released in the United States this Tuesday, and “El País” was published.
Hunter admitted in “The Beautiful Things” that his fear of recurrence is eternal.
“This is my story. I’m always only one step away from the wrong decision and return to the original state,” the 51-year-old explained. This is the whole point of recovering from alcohol and drugs: living in permanent recovery. He added: “It will never disappear. It will only hide.”
Hunter knew and admitted that his family had never abandoned his case. He said that if he is still alive, it is because of his unwavering love for his line to achieve salvation.
“When my parents (Biden’s second wife Jill) told me to go to their house, I was staying in a motel in Connecticut. When I entered their house, my three daughters were Naomi , Finnigan and Messi, and my nephew., Natalie and Hunter and two therapists.
“But my father caught me, hugged me with all his strength and said:’I don’t know what to do.’ This meeting was considered heartbreaking, especially because Biden mentioned in his memoirs, even though he knew He has all the love, but what he really feels is that he needs to take a certain dose of drugs or drink alcohol.
Hunter said he bought his first dose of instant biscuits when he was 18. His painful enthusiasm for drinking began in high school and turned into alcoholism by the age of 30. In the past two decades, he has been in and out of rehabilitation many times, and each time he relapsed.
He has been successful in many companies, including Burisma in Ukraine, and Donald Trump was once known as father for his favor with his son when Barack Obama was a vice president. With it, he made $50,000 a month, but wasted his addictive income. When he lived in Washington, he invited a homeless person to live with him in his apartment after buying the crack.
In Los Angeles, he searched for drugs that even the police did not dare to enter. He said in the book: “I walked by and there were people squeezed behind a piece of cardboard. It was completely black. All I saw was that the gun was aimed at my face.” Hunter recalled that there was a time. , He was “extremely eager to drink”, so much so that he could not “drink without opening a bottle” from the liquor store to his own street.
Hunter was not afraid to hurt his father so that he would stop loving him. But he doesn’t just know the “great harm” it brings to him and those who love him. The president’s son recently assured in an interview with the National Public Radio (NPR) that his last real reason for writing this book is to “give people hope and tell them that there is light, they don’t have to stay locked in that (addiction) ) In prison.” In his own words, even if there is no day in a day, Hunter Biden knew he could fall into the abyss again.
You read page by page about the breakdown of their marriage, that child and his brother were in a traffic accident in hell, and the latter survived two years of traffic accidents. Christmas 1972.
His brother Beau was the prodigal son of the family and had a political future. His death shocked him so much that he drowned his widow, Hallie, and drowned himself.
They both have emotional bonds, because according to him, they need to continue to believe that Bo is with them.
He explained in the 272-page book: “I was frantically trying to grab a small part of my brother, and I think Halle was doing the same.”
However, when Page Six appeared publicly in 2017 as a romantic love, the relationship ended.