got email from someone on another forum, it said you need help,so I email back : explain. and then they email. that apparantly my addiction isnt important to me, or id remember my post,and that they doubt that I have any intention of getting clean. ok ive gotten over a week clean,and id posted that post 12 days ago,so i didnt remember,does any one else think it was rude
Just ignore the msgs or e-mails. Instead of reading just delete them. I recieved about 15 e-mails from someone that was banned from the forum. I read two of them and have to tell you I laughed. I deleted the rest of them and prayed for this sick individual. I would rather be fighting addiction than have a black heart. Don't let some nut bring you down. Who knows why people do that???? There could be so many reasons for it and they are probably actively using themselves.
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