I am 22 years old and have found myself completely addicted to oxycontin. Up until a few days ago it was my answer to everything, but I know i have to change this. I believe everything happens for a reason and we are never given anything in our lives that we cant handle
[More]. I know this is a battle but its time to face my personal struggles and demons and do my best to overcome them. I hope the same for anyone else out there lost in their own addiction. I want to believe there is more out there waiting for me on the other side. I want to experience a true freedom.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Twelve months!!! I am so incredibly proud of you!
Last year when you were struggling I prayed so hard for you ... and I continue to pray for your continued success!!! xox (Melie4)
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