About Me: Male, 36, Tompkinsville, KY, member since Jan 2011
This is going to be the last time that I struggle with depression that hard. I am saying this and I am going to make it a reality. I don't know it, I feel it. I have some work to do on the addiction although I am not taking narcotics anymore. I have a lot to look fo
[More]rward to and I am very thankful to my God of understanding for giving me this opportunity to live such a challenging yet beautiful life. I can't imagine that any other life I may have had has been this challenging.
You deserve a big bear hug!
Yes, we both have had more then our fair share of loss and disappointed (and suffering). It will always be part of our identities. I wouldn't trade a moment because of the love I have in my life now. You have taught me so much and I'm forever grateful. Glad you realize it's time to slow down a little and smell the roses.
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