When her mother and I picked her up, she was a completely different person. But she trusted the wrong people and got hooked on heroin, and it took away her life.” —Shanda Myers, 27, Findlay, OH | Died June 11, 2016“She had a son and daughter, and another daughter who died a few hours after birth.
She was already struggling with addiction, but went overboard when she lost her daughter.
By then Chayce was having trouble finding a vein and, if she had to be honest, was tired of her whole life, tired of doing anything to not get “dope sick” (the stomach-turning sweats of withdrawal), tired of spending her days sending naked Snaps to guys for or so she could buy a hit, tired of sneaking into restrooms at Arby’s and Taco Bell and praying they had a mirror because by that point she’d resorted to shooting up in her neck. After landing in the emergency room in January, she walked out of the hospital looking to use, searching for the friend who’d given her the fentanyl-laced drugs. Chayce found his buddy and did more heroin, but the next day he turned up dead too. It’s not that she hadn’t tried—countless times, it seemed—to get sober.
But without insurance she’d had trouble getting into an in-patient program. I don’t wanna ever not feel like I feel right now.” She talks about getting a job and becoming a drug counselor. “I am filled with anxiety every day since she’s been out,” says her mother, Tracie Knittel. But with each overdose, I have had to come to terms with the fact that I might lose my daughter to heroin.
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So after the bathroom incident she OD’d again, once in August and then again in September; it happened for the ninth time in January, when she accidentally did heroin laced with fentanyl—and even that wasn’t a turning point.
In March I had surgery, and she spent 10 days taking care of my kids and pets while I was recovering—we laid on the couch and watched movies.
She was pregnant when she died, about 28 to 30 weeks.
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