Two Faced-My Secret Life. Chapter #14.

 

Hey Friend!
There’s good news and there’s bad news. Which do you want first? I’ll give you the bad news, because by now you already kinda know… This blog series is no longer available on this website. I’m sorry! I have always dreamed of writing and publishing a book, ever since my Dad bought me a typewriter on my 6th birthday.
The good news is, It’s finally happening! My book is in review on the Amazon Kindle website, and within the next few days will be available for pre-order! I know you are probably still mad at me, but I hope that you understand that this a huge goal, that I am actually about to freakin’ accomplish, and I want you to be excited with meeee!
I will post a link to the book here as soon as it becomes available, as well as share it on my facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/jugglingthejenkinsblog
Thank you for being interested in my stuff, it really means more than you know. And thank you for being a part of my journey. You may not realize it, but it’s people like you that inspire me to get my lazy ass out of bed each day and create content.
Me love you long time…
Tiffany Jenkins

Author: JugglingTheJenkins

Mother, wife, friend, recovering addict.....

10 thoughts on “Two Faced-My Secret Life. Chapter #14.

  1. Wow. This is all so…crazy. From watching all of your videos, and seeing you, it’s so hard to even imagine you as this person. It’s insane how much you’ve changed. Not for the better…but for the very best.

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  2. Here I am on the edge of my seat again! Looking forward to #15 . Not sure how long you have been clean.. but a big congratulations to you!!

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  3. I can’t wait to find out if your husband is the police officer! Great chapter as always, Tiffany. I am an addict myself. Got clean after my son was born but it is a daily struggle and I know it will be for the rest of my life. I have good days and bad days because unfortunately I’m not one of those people can do (anything) in moderation regardless if it’s drugs or shopping or eating, etc.. anyways just wanted to say thank you for sharing your journey.. your blog and Facebook always put a smile on my face.

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  4. I’m completely hooked!! I’m a recovering addict myself and these chapters have me on edge of my seat!! Wow! Incredible I can’t wait to read the next and when is ur book gonna be out?!!

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  5. I am loving this blog!! I can’t wait for the next chapter!!!! And I have a feeling that the person that over dosed at Walmart was your friend Kayla or Javier.. Thank you so much for sharing your story with everyone! I am in recovery as well 205 days!!

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  6. Is a clean addict always is recovery, or are there cases where it just isn’t really a factor in their life anymore? Like, where they’re just a normal person again… I know this is a question of debate and many disagree with the former, but what do people here think?

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    1. You know what I think :). I know people who cannot touch any substance without getting completely out of control. Or at Leeds to being out of control fairly quickly. I also know people personally who can never touch their drug of choice again without it taking them back into active addiction, but they can still have a drink on occasion or whatever else if it’s legal. I know a few people who have been addicted two opiates and in recovery for several years, and when they’ve gone through a surgery or a legit painful health problem, have been able to use pain medication totally responsibly for a few days and have it not trigger them to use more. I think it has a lot to do with the amount of time you have been away from your drug of choice and whether or not you have changed certain habits and beliefs and ways of living that make it so that you are satisfied with your life. That it is Meaningful, purposeful, healthy, balanced and HAPPY!

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      1. Pardon the terrible spelling. Damn talk to text. Also, I still dont know which category I fall into. And im sure for some it can change at different times during their life. Life Ebbs and flows and we all have our own individual shit. All I know is that there is more than one path to a happy, healthy, meaningful and joy filled life. And substance use is not the only thing that determines whether or not you have that satisfying life that you desire.

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  7. Jeff I would say we are always in recovery. We will always need our guard up to diminish the hunger for the drugs. I used to care what people thought of my mistakes, “is he using again or f..led up again”, but as time passes the more mature I am in my recovery. I know I’m doing what I’m suppose to be so who gives a rats a.. what they think. I am an addict but now I’m a recovering addict and always will be.

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