The Most Difficult Story I’ve Told

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Hannah was not a weak person. She was strong in so many other ways. She was a great person with a problem. She was sick. I am not angry with her. People struggling with addictions are not necessarily bad or weak, they might just need to know they will be loved despite their problems.

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2 thoughts on “The Most Difficult Story I’ve Told

    • Thanks for telling your story and for understanding that addiction shouldn’t define a person. Hannah was a lovely woman and you were lucky to have known her. Maybe this is too personal, but I’m glad she didn’t die with the burden of shame, as so many others who suffer from addiction do. She knew you loved her, and knew you wouldn’t love her if there was nothing in her to love. I hope that makes sense, I’m pretty tired. 🙂

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