For years, Kyle Sweeney didn’t think he had a problem.
Why would he? His friends were out doing the same thing.
“I partied in high school, but so did the people I hung out with,” he said. “I didn’t think it was any big deal.”
In college, the party continued, and once he landed a job as a mine electrician in Billings, the party didn’t stop.
“By this point, I was shooting up,” he said. “I’d stay out all night.”