I am 33 years old-and I'm still trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up, i am covered in tattoos, but I am a total girly girl. I have been struggling with addiction to opiate based pills for seven years now. I am not using at this time and I'm trying to ke
[More]ep it that way. I love love love music, art and mid-century design.
"I have one...I'm still trying to get used to it. It tastses really good. I've been switching back and forth from real cigarettes to the e cig...I'm going to set a date and only smoke the e cig from then on out."
"I had a relapse this past weekend too...and today I would have been one month clean from opiates..just keep counting clean days and try not to beat yourself up....I'm in a world of guilt and disappointment too. You can do it!"
Hey there, I haven't seen you around. I hope things are cool. Have you figured out what you want to be yet when you grow up??? Let me know if you have, because I'm having the same problem!!! :) I hope life is being kind and that you are well.....bob
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