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Your Life Story Group

This group is a place where you can share your life story, and explain why you have grown to be the way you are. We want to be understood and loved, right? But the only way we can be understood and loved is if we open up and share who we feel we really are with others. By being honest with how we feel, we will make real friends, and get the support we want and need. See, if we all hide away in fear, we will never realize that there are millions of people also hiding in fear, and we may otherwise never find the love and support we could have. So please share your story with us, we welcome you with an open heart!!
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Due to MedHelps 8000 character limit, you may have to post your story in sections! Just respond to the same thread you started on to co...
I really dont know if this can be classified as my life story. Obviously, my life isnt over yet and I hope I have many years in front of...
Hi. My name is Mike. I'm an addict. My drug of choice? Oxycontin. Years of being an addict? 15 years. Years in recovery from addiction? 9...
When I was 14 I started to drink and go out with friends to party. One night I went out with my best friend and a few others to hangout ...
So... I guess here goes. My first memory (which is very very vague, mind you) is having needles stuck all over me at a month old to give...
For the first time in 40 yrs I have finally told my whole story to my doctor my counsellor my daughter and my husband,My doctor and couns...
My parents are addicts and I basically grew up around drug abuse, fighting, and mom and dad telling on themselves about there extensive d...
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