About Me: Female, 41, baneberry, TN, member since Aug 2009
I am a single mom with a 4 year old son and a baby girl thats due in December! I used to be almost a prud,meaning I never took anything or did any type of drugs,just drank a glass of wine every now and then. But,about 4 years ago right after my son was born I went thr
[More]ough a very bad breakup,then my best friend passed away. Anyways,one of my good girlfriends,or so I thought starting giving me pain pills and I absolutely loved them! It made me feel good for just a little bit and my doctor was prescribing them to me. I have become dependent on them and can barely exist without them. I am down to taking only 4 a day bec of my pregnancy and I feel so depressed since I have been withdrawing. I want so desperately to stop this addiction. I just need some support from people that have been through it. My mom is so mean to me about it and its just time for me to stop completely. I am having my daughter in 3 months and have to be off of them. Please help!
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