Sydnee on Alcohol Addiction, and Family Drug Problems

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"Sydnee Washington (@Justsydnyc) is a comedian in NYC. In this video, Sydnee talks about her experience with addiction, both her own and her family members.

To learn more about Sydnee, check out her amazing monthly show, The Warm Up! with Marie Faustin: https://www.facebook.com/The-Warm-Up-...

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"I landed back in my suburban city, however, anything but free. I was a 23-year-old, full-blown alcoholic with a lot to show for my school career but little recollection of how I got it."

Beth

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