Its a HELL of a Life to Live
This is my story... I have my smoking meth since I was 15 years old I am now 23 and struggle with sobriety. I have seen just what the game is and what it is about. Ugly tasty and vicious, it will take you from wealthy to homeless in no time at all. It will turn you into a trustworthy person to the person stealing from there own family members. Your ideas of fun will turn into criminal ones and catch you cases if not send you to jail. I have learned that once your in the game the escape out of it is most definitely difficult. I also learned at least for myself not to talk bad about what others do because I make a hypocrite out of myself in the long run. I am at a point in my life where I need to get clean for my child so I can get him out of the system and living back with me. This all happened about 4-5 months ago and I have yet to succeed in doing so. I know the struggle and wish anyone and everyone on it the best of luck..if we stick together maybe we will can go further with being successful. I was clean for 2 weeks and this is my second relapse. But I hope I will take the positive out of it and recognize the harm it has done and the reasons why I do not want to let myself relapse again. Keep your head up everyone and stay strong
Hang in there. You'll get your child back
I had my son taken from me many years ago. I wasn't using meth, but instead alcohol was my drug of choice. Anyways, it was one of the best things that could have happened to me and my son, because it made me straighten up and get my shit together, maybe I should my life together. I could have used it as a reason to go out and get drunk and feel sorry for myself, but instead I complied with their rules, CPS rules, and they worked with me, and actually helped me by offering me parenting classes, and counselling for myself, and the courage to divorce the abusive husband who was a bad alcoholic. I did pretty good for many years, and was able to stay off the alcohol to this day, but I'm sad to say that meth became the replacement for the alcohol and has been ever since which has been about 20 yrs now. So back to what you were saying about wanting to be with your children again permanently, well, you can. It all depends on you and if you do whatever it is they ask of you. Believe it or not they want the mother and father and children to be reunited, and they will help you as long as they see you making an effort. Because know this they are watching everything you do and don't do. Good Luck! You can do it if you truly want to!!