In the End

Happy, relieved and grateful as I write this post; 534 days sober from the Opiate Addiction that almost killed me. As I've mentioned before, my inability to stop abusing those pills had already killed so much of me emotionally, psychologically, financially and even physically. At the time, I don't think anyone predicted such a fast … Continue reading In the End

Rinse, Wash, Repeat.

It was a year ago - September 14th, 2018, that I came home to rejoin my Family after spending 11 Weeks away at In-Patient Treatment for an Addiction to Prescription Opiates. I could have lost everything; my life, my children and my freedom. I was running at such a dangerous pace as a User in … Continue reading Rinse, Wash, Repeat.

Let Her Go

If someone or something had told me 442 days ago I'd be in this place versus the Hell I was living through - I would have probably just taken another Pill. I would not have believed it and would have instead tried to convince you that these Pills helped me. That they made me "Better" … Continue reading Let Her Go

29 Years

Today I am releasing 29 years of pain. For the first time in 29 years, I didn't weep at his grave like a baby or fall to my knees in despair. When I was a child, my mother would constantly tell us that she didn't believe my Dad was there so she didn't like going … Continue reading 29 Years

Original Product

https://youtu.be/neWSFhia53Y It's not a secret I consume Cannabis on a regular basis to alleviate various mental health conditions. For 20 years, I have smoked Cannabis aside while being pregnant. What is interesting about that fact?I could quit Cannabis while pregnant but I could not stop taking Opiates. Every day for 4.5 months while pregnant, I … Continue reading Original Product

Trauma and Triggers

My life has been filled with unresolved traumas up until I began my Recovery from Opiate Addiction last year. I won't go into too much detail about each event but it really began in 1991 at the age of 7. My Dad drove his Work Truck into a Concrete Guardrail on a Monday morning, 8 … Continue reading Trauma and Triggers