When I got addicted to amphetamine I felt as though I was on an epic rollercoaster ride where I was constantly being thrown off and my body was in turmoil.
The feeling of euphoria was great, but the pain was unrelenting and I had to endure the pain with every single step I took.
The constant discomfort caused me to lose a lot of weight, my appetite and sleep were terrible, and the drugs in my system caused me severe withdrawal symptoms.
I was in and out of rehab several times a week for the next two years.
My recovery was not always smooth, but at some point I found myself doing things I had never done before.
For example, I had a dream I had been drinking with my friend on a night out and was drinking some more when my friend woke up.
It wasn’t a dream, but it was a feeling that I was so drunk I couldn’t move.
I immediately went to bed and slept it off, but when I woke up the next morning I felt a sense of dread and an overwhelming sense of panic that I could not get out of my mind.
It was as if I had fallen into a dark place, and I was still in the dark place.
I decided to start a new, more productive life and was able to find a new job and a new girlfriend.
My body felt a bit better, and after about two years of sobriety, I was able, with the help of some help from my therapist, to get my life back on track.
What I was not prepared for was how my addiction would affect my marriage.
I had always thought that my marriage would be strong, but after I started drinking and being more promiscuous, my marriage was going through some significant changes.
The first major change was my marriage’s health insurance.
I was a single mother of two, so the financial support that I received from my job was extremely important to me.
I did not want to be left financially dependent on my ex-husband, and it was only after my divorce that I felt comfortable giving him financial support.
I had been working full-time for my job since 2007 and had a very healthy relationship with my ex, so it was an issue for me.
My financial situation was the primary reason I felt so disconnected from my spouse, and that is when I began to question why I was spending so much time with him.
Since my divorce, my finances have not been the same, but my ex still feels that he is the one responsible for the bills.
My relationship with him was so strained that I would go months without seeing him.
This caused a lot to change, including my relationship with our kids.
When we had my kids, I didn’t want them to grow up in a situation where they would be emotionally neglected by their parents, and they were not prepared to accept that.
I also was not emotionally stable enough for them to trust me with the responsibilities that were left behind.
The way my marriage had gone, I felt like I had done all that I needed to do and that I had nothing left to prove.
It didn’t take long for me to find myself in a relationship where my relationship was not working for me, and when it did, I knew that I wanted to go back to a stable relationship.
I knew there were a lot more issues that I couldn