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"I'll Love you Forever, I'll Like You For Always, As Long As I'm Living, My Baby You'll Be."

"It Only Gets Worse Not A Tiny Bit Better" words you expressed not too long ago about how addiction feels to the person suffering from this horrible disease. Even when you think you are safe and sober, it can raise its ugly head and you find yourself back from remission and into the disease but this time it's harder to get into remission. My hope is that more people will understand addiction as the disease it is and understand and support the person in this disease in their quest for a life long remission. This disease is one that has to be fought every single day for the rest of their lives. Support, love and acceptance are key for those suffering from addiction. No matter how many times they relapse the next time they try to get sober might just be the time that they are able to go into a long remission, possibly a remission that will last for the rest of their lives.


"It Only Gets Worse Not A Tiny Bit Better." This is how I feel now everyday when I wake up and realize, MC, that I am not having a bad dream. That you really are gone, and I will have to wait for the rest of my life before I can see your Precious Face and experience your Strong, Salty, Honest, Intuitive, Caring, Loving, and Pure Personality. "I'll Love you Forever, I'll Like You For Always, As Long As I'm Living, My Baby You'll Be."

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