Apparently Natasha Farnham started drinking when she was 12. By the time she was 14, her liver was failing.
“I suppose I thought I looked grown-up and would drink as much as possible – sometimes even passing out.
“But now I have no short-term memory and doctors warn me that if I drink any more, I will die. Don’t end up like me.
“I have been a binge-drinker, had liver failure and been in rehab and I’m still a teenager.”
Natasha is now 18 and wants to warn other youngster about the dangers of binge drinking. Will it have much or any effect though? I doubt it.
Judging from the picture, I assume her mother had many encounters with booze as well. What the hell was she doing when her daughter became an alcoholic?
I don’t understand any parent that would just ignore their kids drinking problem. I guess it must be in the genes?
This is the shocking reality and unfortunately binge drinking teenagers have somewhat become a constant in today’s society. I think it’s such a waste of life.