"Where there is no insight the people perish"


Heroin-addicted daughter

Posted on March 10, 2012 at 2:10 PM


HIGH RIDGE • There is no parenting manual for this, at least none that Stacey Burke saw. How, she wondered, can a parent help a child survive the grip of heroin?


Through a turbulent ride that lasted three years, Burke did plenty to try to help her daughter, Natalie, overcome her heroin addiction. Burke, 51, of High Ridge, lost that struggle in November, when Natalie shot herself to death while high.


Natalie Burke, a graduate of Northwest High School, was 22 when she died.

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Sad Story. If you or a loved one has a problem with heroin addiction, consider getting a copy of my book. If you cannot afford it, send me an email at adamsonted@gmail.com and I will send you a free e-book. Young people should not be dying at age 22 as a result of their drug addiction.

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