We’re all recovering from something…
I don’t know how someone’s struggle or victory can help you. A good friend pulled me through a moment when I was driving to the hospital to see my brother after he overdosed for the first time.
I can’t remember what my buddy said or how he encouraged me – he just did.And I knew I wasn’t alone.
Somehow…in your own way, I hope the personal experiences shared by others will pull you through your moment and give you the courage to fight for yourself and your loved ones.
The healing process continues for us all…
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