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It’s me from Bangladesh. I’m 28 years old and i have a family. I have a Daughter.
It’s been long time that i have been addicted with many to drugs, before married and also it continues until now. Sometimes I easily when my I want I can rid myself from drugs like Fencidile…But it’s been nearly 9 years and I’m feeling now a Yaba addiction.
Normally, I’m not a regular user to Yaba as I’m addicted to drinks and Fencidile much more. But, the last few months i want to take Yaba daily at least five pills and day bay day it also rules my mind.
Now, when i go to office, i must to take a pills after lunch break i also take a pill and at night and i take 3 to 5 pills regularly. I’m just destroying myself, i have some family issue so I’m not sharing anything with my wife. She trusts me lot but i break my mind. I have some responsibility to my family just for my some issues day by day i just lost me last 9 years .
I want to be clean and not do yaba and Fencidile. I’ve almost destroyed the core of my money also my own income is lost. I’m a higher graduate and do a job in a British company with a good salary. but I’ve almost lost everything for this addiction and now i need help?
I’m totally frustrated with in some of my family issues and it happened when I was a student at college. I’m a chain smoker and its been long at last 12 years…
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