Wow it's been such a long time since I've been on here! For those of you who still remember me, things couldn't be better :) I have finished my Certificate IV in drug and alcohol studies and a Diploma of community services. I've moved back to the city and have just gotten my learners permit to drive (I scored 100% on the test!)...so now I just need to buy a car, learn how to drive it and find a job! Life is good!
It's been over 2 years since i finished up the subs now....and not once tempted by painkillers even when i had my wisdom tooth pulled! I know why I got addicted and it will never be a problem again.
First of all I would like to say you congrats for so many things which you have achieved in this time, like Diploma certificate, driving license and oh yes, you got 100% that's really great. Hope you will take care of your driving.
Best of luck for your future.
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