Blacksmith: “I was drugging myself to get away from reality, the fear of dying pushed me to save myself”

Blacksmith: “I was drugging myself to get away from reality, the fear of dying pushed me to save myself”

The artist returned with his mind in the dark period in which he was doing drugs and explained how he managed to ocirne. Moreover, he talked about the impact that pandemic and lockdown had on the life of his children. moro is father of free and anita, who are 12 and 7 years old.

From the oo of narcotics to rebirthin photo: fabrizio moro (ph luisa carcavale)the artist explained why he started doing drugs. In the narcotics he was looking for a way to get away from reality. When he began to deal with the devastating effects of those substances, he took the desire for survival in him that led him to dare.

[…] I started to be sick, I was afraid to die, to end some of my friends. I wasn’t content to stay there, relegated to a context of suburbs, unrested and misused even from the physical point of view. ” The effects of pandemic on the life of his childrenmoron fabritius, then, spoke of the effects of pandemic on the life of his children.

As father tried to spur his children to ocire, respecting all anti-Covid norms. He bought a bike to dare with free and encouraged anita not to be afraid to meet his friends.