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bad day
By pittypat
4/3/2015 1:50:51 AM
I noticed that things come in 3 bad days bad weeks. There tkmes where i cant seem to do anything right at all. Then i start thinking about why should i change my life being an addicted is alot easyer when life handle one diffectly. It does help but our brains are wired to think like go get drunk because life is so diffectly. Im just tired of everything when i was high and i now im tired of being sober. Im never happy. I just want to run away because life an't easy but being sober is easier please someone explain that me i just cant see to hit it. Or just make one family member happy. Its like she just dont want me hear. I just an angel to get me through this. I have lost my best friend and he was something more miss him. He end up leaving bruise and that not a way to live. I have talk to my bishop i feel i have given it toe the lord. But i feel running away will make it go away. Or moving out but every time i bring it to her attention she dont want me to leave. But im going crazy she wants me out of the house so i leave then she complain about my dog. Im to the point where i have to put him in the bathroom or go by one of those things where he can get hooked on he can run around im feel as if im running out of options

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I am so sorry to hear that you are having a hard day    
"pittypat, I am so sad to hear that you are having a tough time. I hope and pray that things get a little better for you very soon. One thing that has helped me is to .. . I hate to say it count my blessings, look for the good in my life when things are hard. I know that doesn't address your pain, the worry and concern that you have. I have learned that there is only one person who can do that , that is the Savior. As we look upward toward him, thanking him for what he has given us, even though it is not what we want we can receive peace for a period of time. Agani, hope this start going well for you."
posted at 08:14:53 on April 3, 2015 by Anonymous


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