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Living with a heroin addict

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By:
Anon
Posted: 
02nd Nov 2011

... Something inside me kept telling me that things wasn't right, he was changing lies where beginning but I didn't want to believe that what I knew was true he has relapsed. He come clean after months and months of lies and secrets and admitted he had an addiction of heroin. My heart sank as I knew this was time to accept my fears. Days went past of broken promises he promised me so many times he would get clean and things will be back to how they used to be I believed it all over and over, he tried to do something about it and started to find a way of getting clean, things are going so well at the moment a week and so clean and I see a change although I know somewhere in my heart to expect the worse as if not its my heart that gets broken time after time. Things are so much better then what they were he stole frome me sold my things screamed and shouted I nearly lost my job it was hard for me to my life was awful I hated it now, I no longer was me . Even though I never thought it but there can be light at the end of the tunnel in time. To gain my trust back will be to prove his actions are always for thr better now .

Tags: heroin Addiction
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