'I thought I was going to drink myself to death:' Raleigh woman finds CrossFit on journey to sobriety

RALEIGH (WTVD) -- "I wanted to drink or use drugs every minute of every day and I didn't see a way out."

That's what life looked like for many years for Kristy Hagan.

It started with an eating disorder. That led to a cocaine addiction. And then she started drinking alcohol.

Watch Hagan's journey to sobriety in the media player above and find out what finally changed her life.

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