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I became who I believed I was
by Jennifer Harper
This is me today
Growing up was another story of its own, chained to the bed at 14 made me leave home for good that’s when I started my walk with the devil, drugs were always beneath me, something I would never consider doing and one day for a reason unknown I decided to use meth.
The story of my life is a great and long one indeed one that I’m not sure I could get through reliving but knowing how close to hell I was and Jesus reached down and saved me; gave me all the strength I needed to get sober.
I’m not saying by any means it was easy, it was by far the hardest thing I have EVER done, but here I am trying to tell my story of survival hoping one day it might save just one. In the end of my addiction I shot up so much dope it’s a miracle I am alive today, I have lost many life long friends to addiction the pain never seams to fade away.
Everyday is a struggle and its been 9 years. The devil is working overtime to get me back but my faith in God keeps me here. There was no hope for me, I was the worst of the worst and I did it, if I can, ANYBODY can!!
and Finally Remember:
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.”
– Matthew 7:7-8
Jun 24, 17 08:28 AM
Denial of Addiction is so common it’s almost trite to talk about it, but it can be over come if the people around the addict/alcoholic keep trying!
Jun 22, 17 08:24 AM
I am not an addict but I am a student who needs help with this question: If Klonopin is being taken illegally, how can you tell if someone is addicted
Jun 21, 17 08:17 AM
My brother is a drug addict and is in hospital. He was in ICU for 9 days for an injury to his head. He needed 4 pints of blood and nearly died. The doctor
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