Stigma of addiction 

Don’t be ashamed of myself for what I went through? I wasn’t sure how I was going to do that an yes it is much easier said than done. 

The long term stigma attached to addiction is often hard to overcome, many of us believe that there is no going back to the world or a normal life. 

The scars left behind both physically and emotionally can cause doubt n fear. But ur story might just be the thing someone else needs to hear at that very moment. 

Sharing ur story may also lighten ur own pain as u take it’s power over you. I have found strength in sharing Hope w others and knowing that my life story may just be the deterant for another to avoid a lifetime of abuse brings me joy not shame. 

Sharing is caring ❣

I wish everyone success in recovery 🌟

May God prevail against evil ❤🌹❣

Published by T. Rose Recovery/Addiction Support

T. Rose, I'm a Business Owner, Internationally Published Author & Publisher of my copyrighted intellectual property. Recovery Advocate and 16yr [2018] Recovered Addict working to inspire Hope in others to find recovery for their lives, by sharing my experience, strength, and courage to fight back against the stigma of addiction. I've been blessed with breaking the chains of addiction that my two children were destined for and proud grandma of five beautiful little ones. Life has its struggles but it's how we face it that is most important. Thnx, Rose

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