43 year old missing my baby sister. Trying to be the strongest for my mom and my girls.
About my Loss:
I lost my baby sister Mother’s Day 2017 to a drug overdose of heroin and Fentanyl. She was 31 years old and had been struggling for at least five years. she would try to stay clean and then fall off the wagon. Spent many nights having conversations because we both understand the pull that this drug has on people. You don’t want to want it. But somehow it makes you feel so much better in every way possible. It’s a sick twisted sad way to live. But you convinced yourself that you need it to show everyone that you can be fun happy altogether even though you’re slowly killing yourself
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