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liamacker"The part of my recovery plan that I would say made up 80% is MDJ. I suffered a lot prior to finding MDJ, felt alone and had no one to talk to who really understood me. In the Bipolar Group I found like minded individuals who I could relate to and who offered support to me when I needed it. As I recovered, I could then offer support to them which gave me a good feeling about myself. I have met some great people here who I would class as good friends and know I would still be in the slump I was in without them. Now I am stable, I know that MDJ plays an important part in keeping me that way. Thank you MDJ for being there for us all and making us no longer feel alone." (liamacker)

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LGPNY Thoughts, feelings & ideas that some how get me through a broken-heart even when I think they won't.

Weekend wasn't too bad.

Apr 23 2012

Had a decent weekend aside from a few little arguements. Most importantly he stayed clean with the exception of a tiny bit of pot. Not that I'm okay with any drug at this point but this weekendit was the least of my problems compared to what he was doing. Today he found out that his drug test was moved from tomorrow until wedsnesday. Ding Ding Ding.. he's not back on the prowl for xanax. Wonderful..... =/ I'm not giving him any money though. So, we will probably fight, but I'd rather be fighting than enabling. I'm ready for this to end...

I just can't grasp why he thinks he needs it? He was fine all weekend, fine today, but as soon as he finds out his drug test is moved -- he "needs" it. I suppose that's the mind of an addict. He doesn't even really care if he gets it, he just wants to look for it and if he can get his hands on it, he will take it. I just don't get it... Blah.

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