You know Simon Iversen as the happy guy who run on the dates in the 'Too delicious to love' and parties 'PartyStarters'.
But he also carries a heavy past, as you got a glimpse in through the DR program is 'Hard on the outside', where he took cocaine with the rolling cameras. He stuffed himself with drugs such as cocaine, mdma and ketamine, just like he stuffed himself with steroids, and it has had consequences for him later, he thinks.
- of Course there was something wrong. I fills me with drugs and hormones, and it is not healthy. Either medically or mentally, and suddenly I'm thinking 'it's not worth it'. My sperm count is surely in the bottom. There is a reason that I do not have any children. It is not, because I haven't had sex, I should say. I have not lived in celibacy, says the 31-year-old Simon Iversen in the video, as can be seen above the article, and continues.
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- There is a reason that I have had the cutest boyfriends, and it still is not gone. It is not all of them, it is mad, and you will need to look inward.
He has decided that he will try himself as a lecturer. He has come in the barn at enprocenternok.dk, and his hope is that he can pass on his experiences - good as bad - so that others not end up in the same situation as him. For while the muscles were larger, were the mind darker, and at the same time began lillemanden to fail, which could be handled with viagra.
- But that's how it should be, as Simon Iversen says and tells about the consequences.
the Consequences are many, and all of a sudden piling up and forming a large pile, that you are considering, about the life actually is to stick out, for you are about to hit the black holes, when you are under the influence of drugs and partly by the steroids.
The big muscles don't come without a serious downside. Private
Therefore, he feels also that he can contribute something that others can't.
- To someone like me are not sitting and looking at numbers and statistics. I'm talking feelings. I can remember what I felt then. What made me feel that I would do something different, what made me feel that it was right to go hither. All of these things. I have some other things to offer, he says.
Below you can hear the entire broadcast, where Martin Celosse-Andersen and Simon Iversen tells about their past as, respectively, the rocker and depending on the other substances. They talk about their upbringing, and about how they both have come out of environments. Today, they keep the lectures for young people, where they share their experiences.