I have gotten a little better. It is better to concentrate the negative emotions into I HATE HEROIN.
I don't hate my son but I hate what this drug has done to my son. I hate what this drug has turned him into. I hate what this drug has done to my family unit.
Last year, it seems all I did was cry a lot. This year I have turned the anger and the pain into telling others about heroin, what this drug will do to someone you love,
I get asked a lot, oh my God, what do you do after?
Well, honestly, after you've been through this for all of these years you eventually stop keeping it all inside and you write. Well, I write it all out anyway. Then of course sometimes you just get a blog page and start blogging it all out.
I am the type of person I have a habit of keeping everything inside and then one day something happens or something is said and it all just explodes without warning.
Many of the personal stories and posts are written from the many emotions associated with loving a son addicted to this powerful drug. At times this is all my emotions at the same time
YES- I am mad!
YES- I am angry!
YES- Sometimes I vent and rant!
YES- Sometimes I am happy!
YES- Sometimes I am all of the above at the same time.
All of which are natural responses by the way when you love someone addicted to heroin and other drugs!
I wish not one other person would ever get addicted. I know that is far from reality.
I wish not one other parent or loved one ever had to go through this with someone they love. I know that too is far from reality right now.
I wish not one other family had to go through losing a loved one to this addiction.
Sadly, I don't see the light at the end of that tunnel so I'll keep blogging along the road that I am in the hopes that others will read the information and my stories and find Hope and Healing.
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pic from: Keep Calm and Carry On
Letter pic Blogging A-Z
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