my name is natasha. i'm 26 yrs old. i'm married to a wonderful man. his name is jason. we've been married for almost 4 years now. I have 2 beautiful children, a boy, Evan, and a baby girl, Eden. My life has been quite a journey the past 2 years I have not been on here.
[More] I've suffered through substance abuse, went to treatment, have been clean for over 7 months now. Now I'm beginning to suffer emotional issues and I'm trying to figure out if it stems from the substance abuse i went thru or if it originated with the emotional problems that led to the substance abuse. All I know now is that I'm clean and sober---happier then I was but I still suffer from events stemming way back into childhood. Would love to help anyone I can, if I can and maybe someone out there can help me!
Thanks! We both are blessed, and don't we just know it! It is a wonderful priviledge to be a mother.. Hopefully this one doesn't grow up as quickly as the last two. ;) Or I might have to just keep having more babies!
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