Objective:           Seeking normalized interactions, relief of loneliness, noise reduction in my head, sanity, happiness,  peace and serenity.

Flexibility with my objectives is non negotiable. Other objectives sought but not mentioned because it would go on til infinity.

Experience:       Too many bad ones not enough good ones. Please see below.        

Lifetime: Addicted, Imprisoned, Misunderstood and Abandoned

Birth – 1977: Good grades, respectful, loving, smart, gullible, abused.

1978 – 1985: Experimental crash dummy. Started using to “fit in”

1985 – 2011: Crackhead, dopefiend, homelessness, prison, treatment centers, low self esteem,  low self worth, all time low, rock bottom, suicide, pesticide you can see it in my eye I want to die.

2011 – 2013: Attempting to change, failing, kept trying and failure was it. So I thought.

2013 – Present: Surrender, compliance,  growth, love, happiness, change, honesty, open mindedness, willingness. Drug free, empathy, acceptance.

I felt like I was a worthless piece of shit for more than 30 years of my life. I was lost and felt like no one cared so I didn’t care either. I wasn’t open minded and therefore unable to receive the help that was being offered. So I suffered needlessly.

Today I have hope. I have been blessed to live 3 life’s in 1 lifetime. Child, Addict, Recovering Addict. Not too many could have survived but I did. I am here to share my experience, strength and hope with anyone who will listen.

I cannot keep it. Unless I give it away.

8 thoughts on “MY RESUME

  1. I love the resume as a way of describing your life experiences. You have lived 3 lives in one. This will be the best life yet.

    I really appreciate the honesty and the lack of bs in your blog. You tell it like it is, without excuses or attempts to minimize your life experiences. Keep going on the path you are on and you will eventually realize your dreams.

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    • Thank you Sharon. I got the idea from another blogger hers inspired me to write my own. I appreciate all your kind words and support. I write it like it is to show people that recovery is possible. Also to show that all though I still struggle and go through my ups and downs, there no reason to use. No Matter What.

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