The Lovely Addict


No longer chained to my addictions, this is me on my way out to dinner in Philly last year. I consider myself more a business woman than a meek and humble girl who has no control over her life. I’m posting this pic because it empowers me. What’s your most empowering moment?

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4 thoughts on “The Lovely Addict

  1. Deare Lovely addict,
    Congratulations for your blog! I´m in recovery, love withdrawal, having a difficult time, but always get a sense of perspective and a reality check when I read your posts. I love this picture you posted. it is indeed empowering and it helps me visualize myself one day, when I recover. Thank you soooo much for creating such a wonderful blog, so many wonderful posts, I´m making a file of the ones I need to read and re-read and will print them. Having a major slippery and need help. Thank you!! God Bless you.
    Love,
    Blue Fairy

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  2. Dear Tracy,
    thank you for your blog and all the power you put into it. By sharing your personal story you absolutely shared the wealth 🙂 Thank you so much for that. I would love to share my thoughts on the struggle on the recovery road with you, but, I unfortunately do not know how? Email? FB? Whatever?
    Please give me a hint as to how to contact you if you feel alright with that. All the best, Sandra
    (sanjuuu@hotmail.de)

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