26 year-old Nic Sheff has his first blackout experience at age 11 with alcohol. From there he began his love/hate affair with crack, cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, and his fave: crystal meth.

"When I did crystal meth for the first time, it was like the answer to my problems. I felt strong and confident, just like a superstar or something," said Sheff.

After many stints in rehab, he finally kicked his addiction and wrote "Tweak," a best-selling book about the toll drugs took on his life. His recovery looked like a success. Everyone, including Sheff, thought he had beaten his disease. But did he?
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