Anything I do I do to excess,smoking,pills.I have quit smoking in the past with Chantix and Nicotrol nasal spray.But I had my head in it,now I can't motivate myself,I'm not a spring chicken.I'm pushing the envelope and I'm scared.my pill problem I'll go handle again..idk why I'm so self destructive.
Do not try and figure out "why" you are so self destructive. Eventually you want to find this out. But as we all face our troubles we need to understand that it is progress not perfection. Motivation comes when we do a little, then see the growth thus we want to do more. I have struggled a lot and know where you are coming from. Time is a huge factor as well as positive influence around you. Just remember that you are not alone despite how it feels. This should alleviate the stress that you are unique in this. You're not. Many people have succeeded and many people have failed as well. So you must make the choice. Make the choice to just move forward. Thats all. God Bless you.
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