In our world, every day is suicide prevention awareness day. It doesn't happen just once a year, it is our reality. With nearly three years of sobriety from opiates under your belt, the ways of this world are tougher to ignore. You are an empath. You always have been. You hurt for the hurting. And… Continue reading Breaking Open
It's been a year - one year without bezodiazapines; over two without opioids. You have come so incredibly far in your walk with sobriety. Words can't express just how unbelievably proud I am - of you, your progress, your growth. As much as I fought yet another label being slapped on you, it has been… Continue reading You’ve come so far…
November 4. Two years. You've been sober from opiates for two years. Next, sobriety from benzodiazepines. Over 7 months clean. Next step, full sobriety. One step at a time. One addiction. One demon. Two years, sweet angel, two years.
You threatened suicide in a conversation with someone and they called the police, worried about your well-being. When you found out, you yelled and screamed at her and called her horrible names. When the police came, they gave you two options: go voluntarily or go to jail. You chose to go volunarily, all the while… Continue reading Weary
I haven't heard from you since this exchange...I guess the truth hurts.
...actually, more than a week and foolishly, I'm still holding out hope for an apology that I know will never come. Because addicts don't apologize or recognize they're in the wrong. You have given me half-hearted attempts st conversation, full of pitying despair and selfishness. Neither of which show me that you're ready to heal.… Continue reading It’s been a week
I have been trying to figure out how to write this for awhile... I've been living with and watching this spiral for too many years. It's been a very long road and often a lonely one because I have tried to do all I can on my own. Yes, I've asked for help on occasion… Continue reading Unsent