I’m writing this as a follow-up to my story that was posted on Dec 22. In my last submission, I stated that I lost my job, my girlfriend, as well as my home.
I’m delighted to report that I was able to keep my home however it does come with conditions which I can understand the reasons why.
As much as I love my girlfriend, it serves in my best interest to cut ties as I move forward. I’ve accepted the fact that was an absolute necessity if I were to realize my dreams and accomplish my goals.
It’s been three weeks since I last ingested this nasty poison and continued to have the love and support of family and friends as I pick up the pieces of my fragmented life and put them back where they belong.
Today in at a much better place than I was several weeks ago but at the same time, I’m still not out of the woods yet. I know for a fact that in a single toke away from a full blown relapse.
I refuse to take that chance so for me total abstinence is the only solution.
I’m over it, and I’m writing this to tell you that you can be too. Success is achievable if you want it bad enough.
Your life is most worth fighting for and if you don’t believe me. Just ask mom and see what she has to say.
Last week, while I was outside straightening up my patio my neighbor came over as she always does when she sees me outside. She pleaded with me to stop using drugs.
I doubt she knew exactly what I was using but nevertheless assured her that I was done and she shouldn’t worry about it anymore.
Upon my return home on New Year’s day after spending the day with my family, I come upon all kind of activity outside my residence including the presence of a Sheriff’s Deputy.
As it turns out, my neighbor who I assured a week earlier that I wasn’t going to use drugs anymore had passed away that day.
Life is too precious and way too short to waste the time we’re given. Please don’t waste time you’re given here on earth. Death is final without a doubt.
If you need help, please get it TODAY!!
If you feel like nobody cares, I’m telling you right now that I DO!
Your life matters.
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