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My name is AnaMore. I am a recovering addict and alcoholic. It has taken me a long time to get to a point where I can see hope and happiness in my future. I really destroyed my life w/ drugs and alcohol. Now I would like to be there for those who are on similar paths, the journey of recovery. MDJ has been a great support to me on this journey. Being a leader is my way of giving back, to make my life matter. I want to help addicts see the light at the end of the dark lonely tunnel of addiction. I am here to offer hope and a hand to hold on the path of recovery.
I just entered the age of 30 with almost everything that a woman should have by this age – a job with a promising career path, a great man by my side, a house full of puppies and kitties and a mortgage, and a plan of trying for babies. Unfortunately, this also came with another thing that I wasn’t planning on – drugs. I never even smoked a cigarette in my life, but my husband would use recreational drugs and smoke pot on almost daily basis. I joined him with an intent of showing how easy it is to quit, only to be sucked in myself. Weed lead to hashish, and that lead to black tar heroin (thanks supplier! So thoughtful of you to add heroin to hash to insure we come back with an awful withdrawal!). I’m now staying clean and supporting my husband in the effort of becoming clean too. This forum helped me in the darkest days when I was in the middle of withdrawal depression, feeling hopeless and lost. It helped me with understanding what drugs do to us and how I can help myself and my husband in this battle for a better life. Being a leader is my way to give back and to keep myself accountable. SenSen
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