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By choosing food over the things that really mattered, such as family and health, I was playing with fire, and I knew it.
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I’m an alcoholic and drug addict in recovery. I have not had a mind-altering substance since May 22, 2000.
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I’m grateful for this website even though I don’t belong here yet. I’m grateful that I can feel like a part of your stories even if I’m holding a drink while reading them.
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Comparison is a thief – it robs us of the ability to embrace our achievements and see ourselves in a positive light.
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I was 23 years old, pregnant, and hopeless. I had no money, no food, no clean clothes, and I was homeless. I had no idea who the father of my baby was. I felt there was no way… Read More
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