"Step one is the hardest, to admit you are powerless over your addiction and that your life has become unmanageable. That's a hard step! And some addictions are easy to hide, so people have no clue.
I'm now dealing with…"
"Hi. I have struggled with different addictions throughout my life. Been in treatment, been in counseling, been on meds....you name it. I have been addicted to drugs and alcohol, cutting and an eating disorder. I have been…"
Hi Michelle my name is Jim and I just joined. I read your recent comments of visualizing yourself as a child. My meaning was to get back to basics and follow the rightious path to Jesus. I am going through a divorce and have a 6yr daughter and right now I am feeling anxious or frustrated. I tried to save my marriage but after 5 yrs and 6 months of separation i decided to file for divorce. Now I have too much time on my hands and struggling to figure out my life. After retiring from the police dept I am trying to get back to some kind of structure. I love my daughter but when I leave her after my visits i become depressed because I miss being around her. I am trying to give my life to Jesus and see what happens but I grow impatient. Any way just reaching out. Also send it along to others if need be
Michelle - The new website is wonderful and I just wanted to say congrats on being featured. Also, glad you had a great day at orientation at Belmont. It is a great school and one of my dear friends graduated from there and is one of the best physical therapists I know. Please say hello to David for me.