About Me: Male, 41, Portland, PA, member since May 2008
Associate degree and working on my bachelors in Sales Management. I have lived a adventourous life, used to strugle deeply with addiction to cocaine, methamphetamine, alcohol and a little with weed. I now am completely free from drugs, accept a LITTLE weed now and a gai
[More]n and a few drinks. I am trying to control my alcohol intake because a couple months ago I drank so much I ended up sleeping with a girl who was a IV drug user and I believe a prostitute. I was terrified that I contracted HIV or Herpes or something because I came down with flu symptoms three weeks after we had sex. I am testing on Friday the 13th I am scared ********
I play baseball on a ciry baseball league. I was misdiagnosed with ADD in Highschool and dropped out. I later learned I didn't have ADD.
I am currently single and enjoying life. I am into spirituality esspecially meditation and am seeking to create a happy life for myself.
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