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First Name:    Joye
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Comments:   Cocaine addiction in our family.

First Name:    Anita
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Comments:   I am the mother of a 19 year of addict. She has used or smoked for 6 years. She has stolen from her family , looked us in the face and lied to us. Jennifer has been gone from home months on end. At 14 she was gone for over 8 months no one knew where she was or what she was doing or even if she was alive. You can only think the worst thoughts, I have cried myself to sleep more nights than I care to remember. I hear cars pull into my driveway and go into a panic thinking that maybe it's the police coming to tell me that my child is dead or or in the hospital someplace. The fear we live with is unreal, and no one should live like this but we do , and we love our addict children. We do the best we can . I myself try to live my life one day at a time. If I can be of help to anyone please let me know, if your like me you need a sounding board sometimes, and even tho they understand your family and friends just aren't enought sometime.Remember to pray for all fo our childern and loved one's that live this life of addiction. Yours truly, Anita.
First Name:    Lynette
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Comments:   I have a 27-year-old daughter who is addicted to crack cocaine. I found this out on the same day my mother died: 7-3-03. I have a 7-year-old grandson who is caught in the middle of this nightmare. After much soul- searching, I called CPS and turned my daughter in and she hasn't spoken to me since. I haven't seen either of them and my heart is breaking because I miss them and love them. I don't know what to do, so I just wait and hope. I write her letters, but I never hear back from her. My worst fear is that she will die. She has been using for 7 years. A friend of hers that cares very much about her called me and let me know. I had no idea what was going on in her life. We hadn't been close until the beginning of 2003 because she was living in MN. We moved her here in hopes of a fresh start. She had been homeless for 2 years and was reaching out for help.
First Name:    Cindy
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Comments:    I have a 19 year old daughter who has type 1 diabetes, and is also a addict. her drug of choice seems to be meth, and crack. she is now using needles to inject her street drugs, not just smoking them.
she has been in rehab at 17 years old and in jail at 19. when will
she hit her bottom??

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