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Unread 08-04-2016, 12:04 PM   #1
bjh86
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I have recently lost a very very close childhood friend of mine to heroin. I must admit that i never really pictured heroin taking her away from all of us, i just didn't see her letting it win! I have thought about her everyday for hours at a time i cant sit somewhere and day dream about our times together and her laugh, which was wonderful. She was the most cheerful addict i had ever met she could be DT'ing and still smiling and going out of her way to help someone else. She was incredible!! I told her once before how proud i was of her going to school to be a EMT but she couldn't possibly help others while suffering with this type of addiction. I had seen her get clean so many times i knew she could do it, so that was never a question in my mind. Why this time? Why couldn't god let her make it thru hell this time? I think he was tired of seeing her struggle everyday with drugs, work, money and most importantly life! He knew she deserved more he took her to give her relief and rest. That's the only way I can look at what has happened and accept it. I wish there was more help out there for people with addiction. Its all so expensive!! My sons father went to rehab and it was 1,000 dollars a day. Even a drug addict with the hardest addictions cant do 1,000 dollars worth of drugs in a a day! I know that there are some programs out there. But lets just say you cant go away for treatment try going to a out patient rehab with no insurance chuuuuu you are about to sign over your life to them. might as well give them your whole pay check..any way she was such a blessing to have around she had so much planned for her life and if i can finish the things she wasn't given the chance to i will.. i love her with all my heart
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Unread 08-06-2016, 05:41 AM   #2
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Oh bjh86, my deepest sympathies to you for your loss, may she rest in peace.

Please take good care of yourself during this time especially.

Nancy
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Unread 12-28-2016, 08:30 AM   #3
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Hi bjh86! Very very well said. Sounds like she was a beautiful person. Ponder on the good times you two had and she will be with you daily. Holla if you need anything! Much love!! -Matt
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