‘Dying from shame’- North Shore dad advocates for

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Sitting on his boat brings back a flood of memories for North Shore father Matthew WittThe virus largely in check for most of last year..

It’s the same vessel he and his son Sebastian were set to embark on a weeklong sailing trip, almost six years ago nowIndoor and outdoor private gatherings.

SebastianDespite in-person classes being omitted fro, or Seb for short, had been clean for more than a year at the time, after struggling with an opioid addiction. Four days before they were due to set sail on their father-and-son adventure, Seb relapsed. He didn’t tell his dad or his friends he was having problems again, and alone in his room on the night of May 18, 2015, he turned back to a habit he had been trying to shake since he was 16 years old.

He died after taking a toxic supply of fentanyl at age 20.

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