stay at home mom with two kids and a wonderful husband. I live in canada and struggle (but survive) with chronic daily (literally daily) headaches with weekly migraines. I have add but I manage and I'm treated for bipolar disorder even though I believe its just a bad ca
[More]se of depression that hasn't seem to go away since grade 1.
Well thank u! I feel horrible about everything! I'm way to eratable and just not up to par the way I have always raised my boys, my wife has borderline personality disorder and I've had to be the main caregiver since my first was born 4 years ago! Having been through this 10 years ago , I should have took my boys and left my wife when she started asking to get oxyies ! I don't think ill ever forgive myself for letting this happen again ! But I will make sure once I'm finally free from these horrible withdrawls nothing like this will ever happen to me and my boys ever again!!!
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