Never thought I’d make it this far and wanted to share with someone. A month clean from heroin and crystal meth. Never thought I’d make it this far.

Never thought I’d make it this far and wanted to share with someone. A month clean from heroin and crystal meth. Never thought I’d make it this far.

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48 Replies to “Never thought I’d make it this far and wanted to share with someone. A month clean from heroin and crystal meth. Never thought I’d make it this far.”

  1. Congratulations. I can say that officially after 1 year, it does get easier. My anniversary was the 21st. I struggled a lot the first few months and I had some moment when I thought I would give in, but that moment when I woke up on my anniversary was a feeling I haven’t felt in a long time. I accomplished something. I did it, and I did it for my self. It’s so hard, but keep your head up no matter how much it feels like you’re sinking and live every day like it’s an accomplishment because it is. We are strong. We deserve this, and you can do this. Again, congratulations.

  2. I’m a taxi driver. Tonight my last customer at ~3am was a young girl, Maybe 19 or 20. She was gorgeous and, Despite her basically breakdancing in the front seat in between bouts of falling asleep for seconds at a time.. She was lovely.

    I see my fair share of meth addicts on a daily basis but for whatever reason, It’s just so much harder to watch when they are really young and otherwise vibrant kids that are literally deteriorating before your eyes and there is nothing in the world you can do to stop it.

    Night shift sucks.

  3. Honestly, how dare you make this post parading your, in my honest opinion, undeserved sobriety, you’re a thoughtless, crude, human being, and I wish addiction on no one, and it is good you’re sober. Maybe you can finally learn how to stop being such an awful person. How dare you say what you said in the past and try and post something like this. That’s disgraceful and you should really reevaluate your life and how you choose to treat other people, having an addiction is like having tumor, it eats away at you until you’ve got nothing left but a shell of gross, and disfigured person, who has nothing better to do then harass people on their self improvement. That’s horrible. I hope you use the newly found sobriety to spread some, apparently, much needed happiness to others, please change your ugly personality and close mindedness, and stay clean.

  4. Wow OP that’s pretty impressive. Not the part about getting an award for being a functional human being for a month and posting a shitty photo of it in a sub intended to showcase interesting photography… that part’s just stupid. What impresses me is how you can not only maintain morbid obesity on top of a heroin addiction but also post comments shaming others for being overweight. Do they give out awards for being a triple contradicting hypocrite? If so, you should take a blurry photo of it sitting on your chubby knee and post it to r/pics. Also, given how you seem to be a walking, possibly mobility scootering, hypocrite… does the fact that you’re such a homophobe also mean that you’re gay? You should have the courage to come out about it, now *that* would be an act of courage that’s actually worth some praise.

  5. Wow, what a fantastic photo! Could you share the camera and settings? The composition is perfect and I love the playful lighting. If there’s any post-processing it’s subtle and tastefully done.

    I look forward to seeing more of your excellent pictures on /r/pics.

  6. Congratulations. No doubt was hard.
    I lost my career in the miltary and gained a hefty criminal record because of cocaine and crack cocaine. Ive been sober for ten years as of last month. The first couple years were hard as hell. They will likely be the same for you.
    I assure you though, it will be 100% worth it. The “high” you can get from actual happiness through success beats that shit every day.

    Best of luck.

  7. You shouldn’t have done heroin and meth in the first place. Congrats for… Being a junkie??

    btw nice post history, asshole. Making fun of fat people and telling a gay person to kill themselves, when you yourself are fat and probably did some pretty gay shit for your fix.

  8. I unsubbed from r/pics years ago because it was taken over by pity posts from recovering junkies. Nice to see the trend hasn’t reversed itself since then lmao…

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