Victoria Doramus: From a Drug-Addict to Digital and Print Media Professional and Philanthropist

Victoria Doramus is recovery expert and a renowned digital and print media professional. She has worked in the digital and print media for more than a decade, and during this time she has worked with several companies such as Mindshare and Tendera. Besides that, she has worked with numerous media outlets such as the Huffingpost as a writer and research assistant. She is currently fully committed and working as a self-employed philanthropist.

Doramus attended the University of Colorado, where she acquired her degree in Journalism and Mass communication. Her education has immensely contributed to the success of her career as and her life achievements. The journalism degree together with the time she has spent in the TV and film industry has given her a chance to significantly expand her skills and expertise in creative and strategic marketing across the lifestyle, design and fashion industry.

Despite her great and admirable success career-wise and her great involvement in charity, Victoria Doramus’ past has been quite ugly. She was immersed into drug and alcohol addiction. Like many others, Victoria Doramus got into drugs hoping that drugs could make her feel better in the moment, little did she know that they caused more harm than good in the long run. Drug addiction affected her in various aspects of her life including getting into financial problems and even missing out on various job opportunities.

According to Medium, seeing that her life was in a mess and totally unbearable, Victoria Doramus decided to go to rehab in Tucson, Arizona in 2011 in attempt of getting her life back to normalcy. Unfortunately, she could not find her way back and left the rehab until 2016 when she enrolled in another rehab. After several on and off sessions, she finally started recovering in 2017 after personal convictions. During this time she had lost all her friends and family. She was able to connect with her mom after the successful rehab as well as getting involved in several non-profit organizations that help people in drug recovery. She is working with most of these organizations up to date.

From her experience, Victoria Doramus states that it takes more than rehab and outside forces for one to recover. She learned that it is upon oneself to change one’s life, and all it takes is personal conviction and the will to change. She is now living drug-free and creating a favorable environment for individuals succumbing in addiction.

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