About Me: Female, 34, Jackson , MS, member since Apr 2013
I am a recovering functional Tramadol/Ultram addict of 5 years. I also struggle with Major Depressive Disorder, of which I have experienced severe episodes. I quit cigarettes shortly after quitting Tramadol, as well as altered my lifestyle drastically to that of a hea
I am very much into researching/staying educated about harmful chemicals and ingredients in our personal care products, medications, and food. I eat only real food (no artificial flavors, dyes, preservatives, or processed foods) and buy produce/meat from local farms.
I truly believe in Hippocrates' old saying, "Let thy food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be thy food."
Hi and congratulations on your triple digit time!!! I am really, really happy for you; I know you have struggled (tram seems to have that affect on us)! Just know that it does get better and better - not nearly fast enough, but it will happen. You have come so far and I am so proud of you :))
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