My story starts out like any average young adult, I grew up in a Christian based household. I went to a Christian school, and got an education graduated in 2012. Seems like I should have the perfect life right? Wrong.
I turned 18 and I got with this guy who I thought loved me, and obviously I was wrong. I saw myself getting cheated on, and becoming an alcoholic to the point I'd black out and not know what was going on. I stopped drinking back in 2015. In 2017, I met this guy that I thought was going to be the love of my life, my husband my baby daddy whatever you want to call it. Things were good until I relocated to West Tx. The love of my life relapsed and started smoking meth he met someone cheated and she was also a meth addict as well. I decided that if he liked someone like that well why don't i try it and maybe he'll forget about her and want to smoke and get high with me and forget her. Unfortunately, that wasn't how it happened I found myself on meth addicted and getting hit when he was high. I was abused I saw the girl he now got pregnant being abused by him. ANd i wanted to share my story to let you all know that there is light at the end of the tunnel. I am a month sober, and do not wish to go back. If any of you all need someone to talk to please leave comments below and I will gladly talk to you more in depth about this journey.
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