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I know everyone has a sob story, but I am sick of living mine. I want my life to change, I want to be successful. I want to become the person that would make my mother so proud. As of Nov. 21, 2016 my mother will have been deceased for 2 years. This has been the hardest time in my life, I didnt deal with her death well at all, it was unexpected, and my mother was not just a mom she was my bestfriend and she taught me everything. The one thing she did not teach me was how to live without her. Let me go back to Feb. 12,2007 that was the most blessed and beautiful day of my life. I had my first and only child, my son Matthew David and I was so excited and I was such a good mother to him but I had alot of help and advice from my mother, I never realized how much I depended on her wisdom and support. I had my baby boy and was being the kind of mother to him that my mother was to me, it was perfect. We didnt have alot but we always had eachother. Matthew’s father walked out on me when I was 5 months pregnant, it was a devastating event in my life we had planned this pregnancy and were engaged when his father met another woman and just left and didnt look back. When Matt was 6 my mother had a heart attack, I was so unprepared and I didnt know how to deal with the pain and heartbreak that came with her leaving. I fell and I fell fast into a deep pit of depression, I turned to drugs and anything that could numb the pain. Due to my inability to deal with this grief properly, I called my family, my aunt and uncle, and I told them I am turning into the kind of parent/person I never wanted my son to see, please help me, please come get him so I can go get help before I lose him completely or take my own life. I went to inpatient rehab and I have been clean almost one year now. My aunt and uncle have legally adopted my son, but I get to see him and talk to him anytime as long as I remain clean. It is a very slow process getting your life together after you fall in such a deep hole you have to crawl and dig your way out and thats what Im doing and I wont stop til I succeed. The past 7 months have really changed and helped me, my high school first love, Joshua, called and told me to come home, where I grew up, he said even if I didnt want to be with him that he and his family would help me. I came back to my home town and he was very genuine with his offer, he has been there and stayed by my side when no one else has. We recently got engaged and his family are some of the most loving people Ive ever met and I am so happy to be able to be a part of his family soon. Right now we struggle but we make ends meet. I am trying my best to find a job but my background isnt the best and I know appearance means alot and my teeth look awful. I used to have a beautiful smile and as I let myself go down and deteriorate I also didnt take care of my teeth and I wish more than anything to get back that pretty happy smile that my mother loved, that my son loved, and also the smile my future husband fell in love with 15 years ago in high school. I thank God that I am still here and breathing and that alone is a blessing, I am also blessed to have atleast a few that truly care for me, a roof over my head and food in my belly, because I know some have nothing and some have noone. It has always been my dream to work with adolescent girls turning to drugs and help them turn things around before the hole gets so deep that its almost impossible to climb out. Thats why I am trying to find a job to save some money because within the next year or so I want to put this dream into action, and I would be so grateful to be able to smile when I accomplish all these goals I have and look in the mirror and like what I see. I want my smile back, the smile that radiates happiness. Please consider helping me change my life and helping me become a success story. Thank you all and God bless you.
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