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Surrender is the way

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Surrender is the way

I once was addicted to heroin, crack and? alcohol so how did I stop I surrendered to my disease. First there were countless detoxes. You know the story, leave the hospital stay clean for a little while. To make a long story short I came up with my own slogan. First of all I eventually came to realize that I was powerless over my addiction no matter how powerful I thought I was. So I decided to be the most powerful..... "SuperMan" as you know the only thing that can stop Superman is kryptonite So very simple drugs are kryptonite and if I want to relinquish my superpowers all I have to do is use them,?but I love this. In life you will have your good times and bad times, this is life, this is normal, and no drug or alcohol can repair that because after you use there you are, so what did you solve? Nothing, you might as well learn to deal with this is life and it's better much better I've been in recovery now since 1998?And I still take it one day at a time I know people that are in church, that was not necessarily for me. I had to realize that drugs were more powerful than anything even one's faith in Christ you have to understand how powerful the disease is so there is more to my story but contact me I would love to share I have not been to a meeting in a while but I still have a very strong foundation. I also would love to become a celebrity counselor for I am also an artist as well I am a musician but the drugs took me down a very very scary warm hole that I do not wish to revisit again I'm not saying never say never but what I am saying is that I am an alumni of the school of hard knocks and I believe I have with G.

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