About Me: Female, 36, london, United Kingdom, member since Dec 2009
struggling mum trying to get on the road to recovery and get thru many challenges on the way!
I love reading, writing, being a mum, my friends and family and church. I at
[More]tend NA/AA and spare time i enjoy tennis, horseriding, yoga, meditation, travel, music, clubbing and cooking and zumba..
You deserve a big bear hug! what a beautiful post on the living with an addict forum. you are going to be just fine. you have a solid plan. please keep us up to date on your progress.
you are very strong.
hugs and prayers
Thank you for your kind words!! I still cant believe I was a slave to addiction as long as I was....but all I can do now is move forward! It was never a cake walk, but with ALOT of patience, positivity, and the awesome people at Medhelp, it IS possible!!! Please keep your head up!! We are all here for you!!
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