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If it was my life, I'd probably tell you it's none of your business.
But Henry Dessart has decided that the 49 wasted years of his life had a purpose, and the purpose was to eventually liberate someone else from the kind of prisons that swallowed him and he says he created for himself.
He is coming forward because the holiday season is a stressful time for many people, and he knows there are people out there who haven't navigated the labyrinth of hopelessness.
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His body absorbed so much alcohol ("My brain should be mush") and his mind bounced from one depression medication to another for so many years it cost him more jobs than he can remember and took him to the brink of suicide as recently as six months ago.
He no longer drinks, he has lost 50 pounds since May through daily exercise, and has found peace that he never thought was possible in this lifetime.
Still a life at risk? Of course, but a life nonetheless.
"I'm like a bear coming out of a cave," said Dessart, still shy of his 50th birthday.
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Dessart began drinking when he was 16, scrounging for any liquor in his house, and hoping the high would moderate the depression that remained undiagnosed. When he reached the legal drinking age (it was 18 then), he filled his weekends with booze. During his 20s, he drank every day, self medicating himself to chase away the demons of depression.
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He couldn't get through two semesters at UW Whitewater, choosing to play sheepshead and drink rather than go to class. He bounced around at jobs at clothing stores here and in Milwaukee, but eventually the grip of alcohol led him to human resources offices and dismissal.
He married but was Oral Steroids Stack divorced four months later, the alcohol again.
He would tell you more but he simply can't remember more. There were more jobs and more firings, he knows. He tried to kill himself by drinking but he couldn't even manage that.
He does remember a couple things. He remembers spending almost a month living in his parents' basement, drinking non stop until he was carted off to the hospital and put in intensive cardiac care. He also remembers his father telling him that some day he would pull out of his living hell.
Then came last May. He was going to put a plastic bag over his head and just not wake up but something stopped him. He thinks it was the memory of his father telling him there was hope.
So Henry Dessart saw a doctor, consulted his caseworker in the county human services department, bought a bicycle, lost 50 pounds and decided to live.
"My life has started at 49," he said. "I know there are people out there who are living like I lived. I know this is a Oral Steroids Poison Oak time of year that is difficult for a lot of people. But there is hope."