About Me: Female, 27, Los Angeles, CA, member since Feb 2014
I am from small Idaho, living in big ole California. Love them warmth. I have gone through a big addiction problem the majority of my adulthood, which isn't very long. I wish everyone the best and hope I can help or give my advise that may help someone out there. I am i
[More]n love and that is with one man and my family!! Please if you have any advise or need advise contact me somehow. I am always here.
Let me say I was a heroine addict for about 7 years. and other drug addict since I was 12 years old. Also, I m not a doctor what so ever. But for a little advise, First things first, how serious are you in to actually quitting? Why..."
"Thank you both. Yes it does scare me i get so nervous i dont even want to check and also it could be either my boyfriend or me who knows i will have to check. if anyone has any other advise let me know."
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