After few days I realised that Raghu just looked wrinkled and old for his age of 63. Unlike a large number of people who have a troubled childhood or a problematic family contributing to their addiction, he was part a big and supportive family which continued to be similar after his marriage. In-fact it was his son, a reputed lawyer in city, who supported him at all steps whether it be a financial crisis or getting him admitted to a rehabilitation centre at his free will.
Strike the cord when it is hot!
We all face a lot of situations and problems. We all end up making our life “mess” mostly because of the way we respond to it. The readiness and motivation to move forward is always there in our thoughts and actions. Raghu rightly showed us that age is no bar for change.
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A. Sabu John is your special friend from Your D.O.S.T. He is currently pursuing his MPhil in Psychology from Christ University. With teaching and facilitation as his passion, he has experience working with different population as a psychotherapist and also facilitating modules on Sexuality and Addiction.