Hi drifter... sending you positive vibes... So sorry you lost your friend... things like that can shake you to your core... stay up bud.. the only way to grow is to feel the feelings and your friend deserves that. take care of yourself...
How are you feeling today hun? I know it is hard to feel the pain of a loss and as addicts we go to what is comfortable and that is using. It doesn't work and never ends well. I hope you made it through the night okay. I'm praying and pulling for you.
I too am sorry about any loss you have had. There are definately certain things that trigger my feelings of great loss and it is wise to know what yours are. We all too also have bad days and the key is to make them a rare thing rather than the norm. Hang in there and peace to you always.
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