About Me: Male, 41, Recovery, VT, member since Sep 2007
I'm the father of an awesome 16 year old young man. I used to be a Superman to him. I've got a wonderful, supportive, patient wife that has no reason to stand beside me anymore, but she does. I've coached youth baseball and basketball for years. I volunteer in my commun
[More]ity and from the outside I've got my stuff together. I used to be a proud, honest man that usually made the "right" choices in life. Until the past few weeks I've become a shell of my former self. A despicable, lying, depressed hermit that only wants to be left alone with his Misery.
Today I am trying to return to my healthy me. Today I am trying so hard to be the man I want my son to know and love again. Today has been a long day.
Just a quick note to say hi and tell you what a great journal entry....We all need to read it because it made me remember EVERYTHING with a sickness in my gut and a THANK GOD its over in my heart....
thank you for sharing....
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