Hey honey...I miss you too. I miss everyone on Medhelp, if it were not for Medhelp, I would have gone crazy, literally. Anyway, its not the same anymore. Its too advanced now. It was much more personal a year ago. Now its too modernized and no one seems to care as much. WE were all close friends that truly cared for the others well being. Now its just about who has the most notes. Anyway, I miss you and miss you all. Hope you are well honey..
Thank you for everything! I know you are so in tune with us because you know the story from the very beginning. The last couple of times she said she wanted to be drug free, I didn't believe her, but now I do. She is so remorseful. Its just sad that it took this to wake her the f up, you know? She has profusely appoligized to me for all she has put me through, and you know what...it doesnt even matter, cause I want to be with her!!! I miss her...really bad.
Thanks for your support for all this time!!! It means more than you will ever know.
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