Food addiction can lead to type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, arthritis and depression. Like any addiction, food addiction can also damage your relationships with others.
Forgetting, escaping, is always considered the most difficult, most fraught bit of any relationship. The ghosts that haunt refuse to die, and they choose to come back at the most unfortunate times.
I wish it didn’t take me completely losing myself to realize that my loved one was sick and it had nothing to do with me.
You’re the type of guy, I’ve been missing my entire life, long before we even met.
Forgive him, even you handed him money with no idea it was going to be injected into his arm later that day.
You know what it’s like to be standing in a room with them and feel so alone.
Give yourself permission to be selfish.
Being an addict doesn’t make a person any less of a person, any less of a beautiful beating heart in need of love.
As much as I hate this disease, and who you are when you’re high, and the amount of pain you’ve caused our family – is nothing in comparison to the pain we would feel if we lost you.
Speaking openly and honestly with your friend about how they feel and how you feel may be hard, but communication is key.