You overcame long odds and a tumultuous personal life to earn your credentials and land a good job at a children's hospital. To the people around you, you had put your past behind and had begun a new and productive life. But one night you get drunk and tell people how you intercept pain medications and other drugs intended for ailing kids and pocket them for your own use later. Then you wonder why some of your old friends stop coming by and don't return your calls. You say you don't understand why people avoid you. Maybe this will clear it up.