About Me: Female, 37, Dallas, TX, member since Oct 2007
I had a pretty bad opiad dependance for about 2 years after a LOT of back and kidney problems. I have been off them since October of 2007 and VERY happy about that! I have helped several of my friends get off of them as well and I am happy to report all of them have rem
[More]ained off of them since the beginning of 2008. I am an Office Manager for an Apple Repair/Reseller center. By day I am a ruthless business woman, and at night I am a soft hearted, naive mom! LOL! My kids are my life, and they are the reason I got off the pain pills, so I am eternally grateful to them!
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away...
Just trying to live life day to day!! I love to swim, play volleyball, shop, spending quality time with family and friends. I have four beautiful kids and they take up ALL my free time, and I wouldn't have it any other way!
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