About Me: Female, 36, chicago, IL, member since Dec 2012
I am a thirteen year user of 20 to 30 pain pills a day. November 2, 2012 is my clean day....the day I entered St. Josephs Hospital downtown Chicago, and changed my life. I am grateful for every clean day behind and ahead of me. I have been so changed by this experien
[More]ce that I am beginning classes to become an addiction counselor. Not only to further my recovery but I want to help others achieve the same happiness I feel every day.
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank you for the feed back. I go to the meetings with nessa3013. I like to share how I have a new addiction and I get my stuff from all over the world. They just look at me like WHAT!!! I was so excited one day about this and nessa wanted to join. She is sooo shy I thought that she could open up. Hey how many months do you have???? I am into my 6m. Still have the up & downs....Go into profile and see what I was useing. Not a good mix to c/t.
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