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Crying out for help

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Crying out for help

I started using at the age 15 due to me getting raped for 3 years by my uncle. I didn't know how to deal with the PTSD or the depression so I started to smoke pot at 15 and I didn't like it, it wasn't for me. I went to a friend's house and her mom gave us a perk and I had no clue what it is and we did it. Oh boy did I like how it made me feel. I went from As in school to Ds, went from the all american girl to selling my sole for the next high. Me and my first love got prego when I was 19, he worked on the road making good money; who didn't do nothing but he let me do it. I would pay our bills and spend rest of the money getting high- 175$ a day. I stole my dad's guns and stold off my mom. When I found out I was prego I didn't do nothing, but as soon I had him I was looking. He got sick of me being sick so he broke up with me. When I was 20 I meat my husband and from day one he told me... pills or him I stopped for 2 days I couldn't deal with the dts. We got married within months and then had our little girl- I was clean while I was prego...and that's when I got bad on dope after I had her. Him and I broke up after 5 years due to me being a bitch and fighting all the time. At first after the divorce I didn't do nothing around the kids never partied or nothing but the 2nd year I didn't care. I was partying with them around and slung dope. My x-husband seen what I was doing and he stepped in and we got back together and I told him I wanted to get clean and he said he would help and do anything. The pills I was on I couldn't do it I had to go to rehab and I've been clean for 34 days. Hi my name is Margo and I'm a pill head.

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