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julie411"The parents of addicts group has been the greatest help for me. When I first found out about my daughters herone addiction, I was crushed. I felt numb, helpless shocked and alone. I did not want to tell any one. I did not know what to do, or know how to handle it.
The parents and leaders of this group were life savers. They helped me every step of the way. The compassion, love and support is amazing. My daughter is now a recovering addict.I know even if this were to change, I have my support. I love this group so very much.
" (julie411)

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belle3132 Now it's Only a Memory recalls my past, discusses my present, and focuses on my future. "Now it's Only a Memory" is a line from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. I am not a Harry Potter fanatic, but this line stuck with me. I have held on to so many indiscretions, so many injustices, and so many trespasses on my soul that this line made me realize that instead of obsessing over these "things" I need to remember that they are only memories and I have a life to live. Welcome to my little corner of the world... ...Read More

Another Walk...

Mar 26 2012
Tonight, my boyfriend and I took a walk tonight and it was so great. Not only did I enjoy the fresh air, but I barely thought about anxiety or panic. We were so busy talking that we walked a little further. It's funny how when I don't think about, it doesn't exist. I am stressing to myself that I constantly need to exercise my brain power on positive self-talk, positive thoughts, faith in myself!

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