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January 8, 2014
7:19 pm
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Siled1988
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I've been an addict with all sorts of pain meds, substance

(coke, heroin, sub, etc.), and had been an alcoholic. But before that I have SA

problems.

 

My SA started when I was in high school. I have no friends;

my classmates always make fun of me. That's why my high school life is

horrible. Never hang out with anybody. My prom night sucks. Never been active

with sports, but I have good grades in school. I had a girlfriend but left me

after graduation. That's when I started to see the world negatively. I felt

like I don't have the right to live and just die.

 

My college life has been as miserable as high school. I had

a best friend who's so kind. We hang out all the time, even in our

"hobby" (taking drugs, smoke weed, etc.). There are times that we

fought over our "hobby". My SA then becomes much worst. I am always

thinking about harming myself and suicide. I wished I was never born and no use

in the society.

 

I have had issues with depression and SA for a couple of

years. Because of that I've become an addict. There is a time when depression

struck me; I always rely on drugs and most especially on alcohol. After being

an addict for almost 10 years, it comes to my mind that I have to stop. As it

have done nothing good to me. I've been a problem to the society and especially

my family who are always there for me. I hate myself for being weak and

powerless.

 

I am stealing money from my family and friends just to buy

my leisure drugs. I love my family who are ever supportive and didn't leave my

side when I was a "bad person".

 

I am clean now for 5 years and don't want to come back being

an addict/abuser anymore. I've been to rehab here in Salinas, CA which has

helped me recover and see life positively. http://salinas.drugalcoholreha.....ogram.org/

is the site if you are interested. I have friends now, a girlfriend, and

forever loving family.

 

Thanks for reading and I think I’m just talking non-stop.

And I just stated the summary of my story.

January 9, 2014
8:48 pm
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Dr. Basim Elhabashy
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After reading your story what i perosnally think about you is that you are very brave.....and about your rehabitation i would tell you genuenly that untill and unless person doesn't make his mind with will power nobody can help you....if anyone want to come over the addiction problem then one should be mentally strong then only family,freinds and rehabitation center cna help you...your story is really good...if anybody that kind of rehabitation treatment then visit http://www.goodfuturerehabcenter.com/..

October 20, 2014
10:53 pm
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kyle84
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Hello, I wonder how dynamic the story of a human life could be. I am really surprised to know that you were once a total abuser who was accustomed to heavy user of a wide range of substances; at least your present story does not substantiate the past. You have my thanks. I believe people like you can always be a true inspiration to those who think drugs are the solution to all issues. Can you not spread your story to others who are just capable of being inspired by a true story like yours?

November 23, 2014
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December 18, 2014
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PDan
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That's a tough decision to make I adore you for volunteering to go to rehabilitation to get sober.

December 23, 2014
9:18 pm
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Really  you are very brave There are number of Good Future Rehab Center  which can help you get rid of you drug addiction habits. Get the right treatment in a natural and professional way.Good Future Teen Rehab treats drug abuse, drug addiction, alcohol abuse and other addictions. Good Future Teen Rehab accepts many insurances and  treats teens from all parts of the USA at the center in Delray Fl.

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