Eric Bolling recently offered testimony on the opioid crisis. Specifically, he talked about the sudden and shocking death of his son from an opioid overdose. He stressed the fact that people don’t think this can happen to them.
Townhall has more details:
Eric Bolling Opens Up About Son’s Opioid Overdose
Bolling’s son, he said, was a “normal kid.” He loved baseball, he loved his car, and he had an active social life.
Bolling and his wife were at dinner one night and were driving home when his phone rang and they learned some awful news. It was his son’s sophomore year at college, and he had died of an opioid overdose.
His wife, Bolling said, “fell into the road,” before he gathered her and they both sat on the curb crying and talking for an hour.
“We never saw it coming,” he explained, holding back tears. “Every parent doesn’t want it, but we got it.”
For weeks he obsessed over what went wrong, until he eventually shared his grief on Twitter. Afterward, he said he was “overwhelmed” by the stories of people who had been affected by opioids.
“It helps to talk about it and to find resources,” Bolling shared.
Trending: This Beavis And Butthead Clip On ‘White Privilege’ Is The Funniest Thing You’ll See This Year (VIDEO)
Watch the video below:
During today's Opioid Summit at the White House, Eric Bolling shared the story of his son who died from an accidental overdose. pic.twitter.com/P0bq6El6nj
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 1, 2018
Be sure to share this with people.
Join the conversation!
We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please hover over that comment, click the ∨ icon, and mark it as spam. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.