At the age of 13 my mom overdosed on the prescription oxycotin and elavil and died on august the 6th of 2003. my mom also used other drugs but i didnt know until this year . that shows you that no matter how well you know someone they could be keeping a whole different life behind your back. she was the best mom that she could be and everyone loved her to death .she would give me and my brother anything and everything we ever wanted even when she was high we only loved her more. She was irritating though sometimes because the last year was really hard because all we did was argue about her addiction and the night before she od'ed we had a major fight and i never got to tell her i was sorry so before you give up on a love one just remember what if you let them die thinking you hated them because its not fun waking up in the morning knowing your mom is dead and she died without your love.
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