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It’s times like these we can help make a difference


A route to help exists

Ashley Davisdon and yes it was his birthday, turning eleven which was three days ago so please do wish him a belated birthday--ok it's really me

Ashley Davisdon and yes it was his birthday, turning eleven which was three days ago so please do wish him a belated birthday–ok it’s really me

The workings behind the site;

Many important factors come into play as to why I am bringing you this spotlight. Namely, 1) a website humble and inviting called, My Route to Help and 2) a dude named Ashley Davidson.

As I have been a recovering addict for years, in and out of treatment, Ash has been the first person I ever heard offering to EDUCATE the surroundings of any addiction rather than promising to HELP.

Having said that, education helps so many in need and Ash is a wizard at being able to hone in on a topic or subject and kindly define it then validate it.

Education is our strongest weapon to give our children the tools to fight starting drugs!

Recently

promoting my book My life as a white, female drug dealer, A story of hope, I stumbled upon My Route to Help. I loved the sight instantly. It’s simplicity and to the point, no useless social networking, no videos or numerous photos, rather a simple and powerful site of people helping people.

My column Dear Addict for years was based on the same criteria. Through someone sharing a part of themselves or knowledge, they are reaching out to someone else.

Ash has done a brilliant job and I have been trying to write one or two articles/stories a week. Need to get this flu gone to continue.

We all have a mandate as writers and this is one I hope you feel strongly about as I do. Ash needs writers, anything pertaining to enrich our knowledge around addictions and alcohol, all of it. There are people struggling everywhere and no one has been untouched in retrospect to these disorders. HubPages is a writing site, I know a caring one, that is more than willing to write an article for MY ROUTE TO HELP.

At least check it out, you’ll enjoy publishing knowing you could be touching someone, in a big way.

MRTH site introduction;

Make no mistake, Ash has a clear vision on how to present information and compassion. Jus read this;

Hello,

Thank you for visiting My Route To Help, we hope you enjoy your stay and pass it on to others. I started this website in the summer 2011, I had the motivation from getting a role as a volunteer with CRI. I thought it would be a good thing to do in my spare time to hopefully help more people than what I would be as a volunteer and so far I have.

Within the first 6 months of the website been online it has been through a lot of changes, it first started off a blog type layout without any user integration however now you can make your own profile with an image and a bio which allows you to post your own articles on the website. This is a big hit with readers and our writers. We have 3 writers who regularly post on the website and they have all received very positive feedback on all articles submitted onto the website.

What we do?

We offer a very simple service to people who want self-help, a lot of people have a fear of seeking help, sometimes they just don’t this is what I want to limit, I want people to read up on the drugs they are taking in simple terms so they understand and to be able to read other people’s success stories to know that every goal is an achievable goal! We offer information on drugs like heroin,cocaine and amphetamine. We also offer advise on harm reduction for example how to stop abscesses and what is the hepatitis virus. And finally we offer some addiction help as well as people s real life success stories of addiction which can be used to help people get through their own struggles!

Communication is key

Recently we have just started a new message board which is on this link here. I have discovered that addiction forums are hard to come by on the internet. Majority of forums that are on the internet do not offer a lot of talking points about addiction and they mainly talk about the drugs themselves in a positive way and not a negative away which is more encouraging to people. So please take the time, if you’re a professional or looking for help do sign up and start talking to people.

Thank you for reading

Ash Davidson

REPEAT:

do not offer a lot of talking points about addiction and they mainly talk about the drugs themselves in a positive way and not a negative way which is more encouraging to people. So please take the time, if you’re a professional or looking for help do sign up and start talking to people.

 

**************My route to help website link

I was so pleased Ash agreed to share more more about himself, Thanks!

  • Ash, what is your favourite flavour of gum?

Spearmint

  • What do you want to tell us? (length is up to you)

I am pretty sure you will find out everything through this interview 😉
Beetles or Elvis?
Elvis, my nana is a big Elvis fan

  • What’s it like being Ash for one day? Take us through a typical day.

Get up. Go in the shower, and go for the occasional run. If I am at work I’ll be there normally from 5pm till 9pm if not either pushing My Route To Help or playing pool with friends.

  • What city and Country do you live in?

Carlisle, England (9 miles from Scotland)

  • What is your superpower?

Energy. Always have energy to do things no matter how tired I am.

  • Who would you say is a person you admire, and why? (dead or alive)

Steven Gerrard. Liverpool FC Captain. He is motivational, a leader and never gives up. I hope to develop similar traits when I am older in my own career

  • What are your current living arrangements and who may live there also?

Live in a small 2 bedroom house with my parents

  • What is your greatest passion and what is your favourite hobby?

Greatest passion is football (soccer) watch it all the time no matter who is playing. Big love for the game. Favourite hobby is either fitness or website building.

  • Favourite colour and author (you can use me LOL)

Favourite colour is orange, I don’t have a favourite author. I tend to read auto-biographies

  • What music do you like?

I am into heavy metal music there is a lot more talent that goes into a group of 5 than one person who can just sing the same old pop songs.

  • What age RANGE are you?

21-30? Early stages of being a man!

  • Do you have a career? What is it?

Not at the moment, working in retail which I have done for 5 years now. Aspirations to join the Police in the UK as I have finished my university course in Policing.

  • Do you consider yourself a workaholic? Or laid back?

Laid back but ambitious. I work hard and I am dedicated but I am a very laid back person!
How did you find the career I hope you like, or don’t like?

  • What are the details surrounding the creation of MRTH?

I created MRTH as a project to do over the summer of 2011. It was going to be a blog about my experiences volunteering within the drug and alcohol services in the UK, which was a part of my university course. However it evolved. I started getting people contacting me to share their own stories which I allowed then I started looking for contributors which made the website grow even more. Because I come from a non addiction background its better for me to write about drugs themselves in technical terms but I have no knowledge of addiction hence why the sharing of stories and contributing helps the website go the extra mile.

  • How old is MRTH?

It’s just over 13 months old now. Still in baby years for the website with over 82,000 page hits!
How many articles to date have been written from readers and members?
126 at present but this is growing and growing. 60 of them are by myself.

  • Do you have a newsletter?

No, I use Facebook/Twitter to contact fans and followers of the website.

  • Where do you see MRTH headed?

I hope to see it being the best place to share stories of addiction to inspire others. Along with having valuable knowledge from contributors with experience or work within the addiction field.

  • Are there any operative challenges right now, ie; admin, video, profile page with photo and befriend button? etc. or do you prefer to keep it simple?

Prefer to keep it simple.

  • Who conceptually started MRTH? Is MRTH reaching or offering help to everyone or rather anyone?

Not so much of helping people but to educatepeople. To understand the drugs they are taking. Understanding addiction and to gain motivation reading stories of peoples success stories.

  • Who runs MRTH and maintains it? Is there more than one person?

At the minute it is just me. More it grows I will be looking for people to help out when that time comes

  • What, and this could be anything, with a magic wand would you have this site do?

To make it the most hit drug addiction website in the world supplying knowledge to everyone.

  • Who are your primary readers and what age and geographic are?

At present its 18-30 year olds in the UK, USA and Canada mainly with 46% women and 54% male.

  • Are your readers loyal, are there many?

Very loyal, always come back to either submit more content or comment on new content by other people which is supportive. With over 415 likes on Facebook now and 1,500 followers on twitter is positive and hoping to grow in the future.

  • Ash, please feel free to leave your members and readers with a message

 

Thank you for the support over the past 13 months. It has grown because of your input, as small as sharing the website it is helping, which I am very grateful for.

Will you consider participating in the education surrounding addictions and families?

 

WRITERS NEEDED, WE ARE ABLE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, so let’s…………………..


I ain’t Black


 

 

Stop laughing, gotta try, or would you prefer we have you sing country whoa ooooo low, okay here i go, fast and straight trough.

by the way how many white middle aged women do you think rap well. screw you keep laughing gimme that snare lets spin, Action i be making you thinking your white, ha

go 5 6 7

STOP, ya just like dat. Here to rap on african drums two will tap. like it like dat.
Hear me out And hear what i’z rappin bout My message don’t know doubt I don’t have to think bout chu Because what I’m bout to do Will spin you all around Yeh, ha, what a sound
Feel dat? Yah, me too move wit dat, mm uh hu me dee mat
I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got me back Baby get my back My back, ya like dat, mmmm m mmm
Weed smoke lingures inside And I’m still fuckin high A river runnin thru my veins My neck sporting gold chains If I said I’d change dat’s just another lie Somebody tell me why
Pinch me Iz smilin Got scared I was cryin Chant your name Fool yuz my game Walk wit a wistle Cuz on my left hip is my pistol Already did what fed my cause Got da cash to keep my buzz from the streets that gave me 3 bullet holes Part of livin poor defendin your gangs goal
Ya alright i’m gunna give it gunna give it gunna give it
I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back

My rhymes got my back Baby get my back I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back
I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back I ain’t black But my rhymes got my bacl My rhymes got my back Baby get my back
Moved to in a huge crib Servants, a studio i’z live You best believe me paid large Toys and Fans everyone here has a charge Living my life in a slow hell Who speaks truth can’t tell Been fuelin up on cocaine and whiskey Can’t think of one, one who misses me Stop, ok back movin, real loud, you and we Anoder gig liftin me to fame Notin real, no faces lookin the same I was off to drink it all away Then i seen you front centre, yo, hey
I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back
Ya alright i’m gunna give it gunna give it gunna give it
You played me for a fool Careful tink, uh not cool Sleeping in another hotel What city I can’t tell
I think about this thunder Cause hours I sit and wonder Alone I’m sick of the same old Titties bouncing round and round Thinkin I am my sound Twins always game on tour Shit, keep comin just another whore Went back to see my old hood Couldn’t go back now where I stood Growing up on crack Who’s got their back Kids dying every day Gangs revenge their way Here I am singin words again Here I am ready for danger Here I go time to pretend you figure out this stranger Horny for threats of more danger Along with my fame Comin a silent game

It’s, It’s, It’s, me, a known name There’s a lot more to see On the other side of me Hey dig dig dig down deep
Can you can you see me leap This is what its livin from my soul Country, rap and rock and roll Different girl every night All pretty, slaves, and tight Gotta play a tiny little bit Who could resist that cl** stop, peak wit me, ya just like that, move feeling dis my own rap I’m gone, signing soon I will be A rappin back in front ya ya all me Perform, creatin a storm, nothin norm No protection lovin dis storm
Ya alright i’m gunna give it gunna give it gunna give it
I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back I ain’t black But my rhymes got my back My rhymes got my back Baby get my back
Ya alright i’m gunna give it gunna give it gunna give it
I ain’t black, ha, oh boy, no, just ain’t black But my skin color won’t stop me gettin you back Nah, man I ain’t black And we goin show bein white Can rap as well or better, A duel we will compete, live right? Fool I care less you be black or who Cause baby, me’s do ya, got your back
Peace be with you.
cut. print it, no playback, or we’ll never leave, I’m done, I’m wet from the fun, ha, same old goodnight BillY, until tomorrow, get some rest pretty a fact.
BillY, I got your Back.
woahhhhhh shit that was fun

coolest set ever for me

but Action baby, the mic’s yours, but still got mine, watch how i make you shine

Thank you, Certainly not my familiar genre, but love recording this style, it allows me so much room to explore. If I don’t have fun risking or creating, best start studying Dentistry. Oh My, Thankfully I love to sing.


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