In His Shoes – 

Sept. 26, 2019 – When she returned home that night she told her son about the assignment, admitting to him that the drugs he takes and the affect they can and do have on him are her worst nightmare. Then, Cooper asked her son to dress her in his clothes. “My son went to his car and pulled out a dirty, smelly sweatshirt and pants,” she wrote in the emotional Facebook post.

“He said I could wear his pants that had a bloodstain on them from where he missed when he was shooting up. I instantly became sick to my stomach and wanted to throw up. “This was my kind-hearted, compassionate, beautiful baby boy who was standing in front of me excited to dress me. He wanted me to try them on right then. I didn’t want to, but I did. I could not understand why the hell he was so excited to see me dressed in his clothes.”

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