About Me: Female, 57, satellite bch, FL, member since Nov 2012
I don't eat right or hardly exercise any more. I work full time and take care of 2 grandchildren. I have been married twice, 17 years now. I feel the only thing I have in common with my husband is our addiction. I really want to quit but I my husband doesn't He will n
[More]ot loose phone #'s for his contacts . I have had some strange experiences smoking crack , ( ex. anxiety attacks to were I almost scare myself to have a heart attack) I tell my husband that is it. I ask him to not bring it around me. but he continues and than I do it again. I am careful to not take to much at once. I really need help. I have always been in some what of an abusive relationship. My father molested me till I was 12 and my 1st husband drank heavily on weekends and turned into a crack addict (real bad) and was abusive. My 2nd husband is not abusive but his drug habits have gotten worse. Men know I am weak and take advantage of me.
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