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Ahmed The Artist Jun 20
I just reached a milestone of sobriety with 91days. Day 1 & Day 91
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DrugsLine Jun 20
This could be the day you stop doing that self-destructive thing you do...
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Dr1ven Jun 19
I would love to know what was the final break that made you realize sobriety was the only way? We all had that defining moment what was yours? What made you say enough is enough?
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CCHR Int Jun 19
Forbes—Korn's Jonathan Davis On Xanax Addiction: 'Benzos Are The Devil'
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Jim Wallor Jun 17
is about overcoming fears, deciding you've had enough of the day to day mental strain of . It's reaching out for help. Recovery's about finally making a sincere choice not to beat yourself up anymore, not to waste your life, or destroy anymore relationships.
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QAnon Answers Jun 19
Once the pulls out of the , puppets will be free to treat regular like they’re treating . This includes , , people w/ - anyone the hates.
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Urvashi gaur Jun 20
The sad part is you can treat me however you want to.. because in the end u know tht.. u gave tht addiction to me... nd tht's waiting for u!! 😬😬
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Derek Dulley Jun 21
I give you my body, mind, and soul. Come into my soul today and have mercy of me, a lowly sinner!
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talkaddictions Jun 20
My inbox is always open to addicts needing support, or anybody struggling with mental illness! Reach out for help, you'll be glad you did! If I can recover, so can you!
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Derek Dulley Jun 23
: Please keep my in your today. She is still in need of due to her chronic to drugs and alcohol. However if has His way soon a will be coming her way!
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Deni Carise Jun 21
Agree ! "This idea that somehow with people have to suffer, that it has to be hard, is really unfortunate and one of the reasons why people are still using and dying." ,
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Jacqueline Murphy Jun 14
My sister died today. She died of depression and alcoholism. Keep talking about it!
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RecoveryPlaces Jun 22
RecoveryPlaces launches today. UK Peer to Peer recovery. Add your place now for free. Help others find recovery.
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Jim Wallor Jun 20
is an accumulation of anguish. It's a life complicating choice that turns lives upside down before you realize what hit you. So, choose because addiction will befuddle the most responsible of minds with deceit, confusion, disgust, fear, worry, pain, & loss.
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Derek Dulley Jun 21
By His stripes we all will be healed in time!
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Your Voice Ohio Jun 18
Do you live in the Mid-Ohio Valley? Join us at our upcoming community conversations to discuss local solutions to the crisis: RSVP now: -Parkersburg: -Marietta: -Belpre:
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Jim Wallor Jun 16
restores hope. It helps one to find the person that became hidden by the grip of . It redefines values & beliefs. Recovery is reaching as deep as you need to reach for the strength to move your life forward. It's being thankful for help, hopeful for a future.
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Sonali Maheshwari Jun 18
Much needed. Such a proactive action. 👍
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No More Jun 20
can make you feel crazy. One minute you feel great for overcoming an aspect of your addiction with which you have struggled. The next minute the urges are so strong that you feel depressed you have to deal with this, or anger because you want to act out but can’t.
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Brett A. Scudder Jun 17
This Father's Day isn't a happy one for many who are missing children, needing Love, hurting from . Let's keep them uplifted with positive energy. My Brothers, You Are Not Alone in the struggle. Cheers. I Love You. Just breathe.
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