Victoria Doramus Short Life Story

Victoria Doramus in her early days she started showing an interest in communication, besides that she had an interest in arts and history. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado in Boulder, and she studied mass communication and copywriting.

The first job she worked as an assistant media planner at Mindshare Company since 2006 to 2007, she used to form relationships with media managers, discussing deals with media sellers and working with the companies customers to create a branded content.

She later joined the Tendura brand, and that’s where she created a path for becoming an author, and she joined freelance writing and worked for Huffington post and cosmopolitan, and also she wrote and helped in research for few books.

In 2016 it was her first time to go to the Tucson Arizona rehab at the age of 26 after suffering from alcohol and drug addiction. After spending 45 days in that rehabilitation Centre, she could not be able to manage her life, and the habit seemed to follow her everywhere even when she tried to move to new places.

Later that year she joined another rehab in Connecticut for 60 days. While in rehab her mother was dying of cancer and she was her motivation, and she had withdrawal, and so she left the rehab. On January 2017 shew went to Austin Texas in a rehab called Burning Tree where she could have her long-term treatment.

In the rehab, she was dedicated to fighting her addiction to prove her sick mother she can do it, and later she managed to be free from addiction, and the first thing she did was to go home and visit her mum.

Victoria Doramus after her struggle with addiction, now she is living a humble life, eating healthy foods and also working hard.

In her mind she has a plan to start a halfway house in New York City to help the people who are addicts of alcohol and wants to get sober again, this is a sign to give back to the community since there were people who helped her through her recovery journey. Check out Victoria’s closet on Tradesy.com.