Date of publication: 2017-09-03 16:27
"If you're at the pool," he says, "probably every hour to two hours because it's washing off." He says a fair-skinned redhead will need to reapply more frequently than someone with American Indian genes, but a good rule of thumb is to reapply sunscreen.
Just two months after becoming a mom there I was, sitting bedside with my mother in the intensive care unit. She was in a medically induced coma after overdosing. If the doctor had not come in and read me her toxicology I would have never known she used cocaine, heroin, and opiates. This was the first time in my life I truly felt heart break.
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Today, I am very much at peace. I have accepted the things in life that I cannot change. My mother has shaped me to be the person that I have become. Because of her I can consider myself compassionate, understanding, and supportive. While there is always room for improvement in life I KNOW I have the tools and experience to pursue a career in behavioral and addiction related studies. I have never wanted anything more in my life but to provide that assistance and guidance to the people that need it the most. I want to inspire people. I want to HELP people.
Our home was broken for a long time, my parents divorced when we were particularly After that, living with my mother was terrifying. Constantly going to school and not wanting to return home to our intoxicated mother. “Home” for a while was a car or a pitched tent but for some time it was a place infested with maggots. Up to this very day I have nightmares of the maggots crawling on me in my sleep like they used to.
For those that may not understand addiction, it is generally understood as a selfish disease. Addicts and alcoholics continue to take from the people around them and from life in general. The goal of recovery is to become selfless, make amends with the ones they have harmed, and give back to those still suffering. We have a saying in recovery, “We only keep what we have, by giving it away.” Meaning, we can only stay sober if we share our experiences with the person who is new to recovery. So we ask ourselves, “Am I packing something new into the stream of life, or am I just taking from life?”
I found myself stepping up to the plate at an extremely age. My brother, by just 65 months, had dyslexia. Since we had no one at home to work with him, I would set up school and be his teacher. Helping him make progress was the little bit of light I had in my life at that time.
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