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  


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13 replies to Two Faced-My Secret Life. Chapter #15
  1. I am so attached (through your storytelling) to these people that I am actually upset right now. Like these aren’t characters in a book, these are people who you knew, in a town we both live(d) in. I’m the same age as your sister and I remember being so jaded about all the overdose deaths in town of people who went to school with us, people I knew, people who were friends. And your story helps me to look back and feel more saddened for their families, and the personal struggles they all went through leading up to the overdose. While I was sad then, that I was losing friends to drugs, I was also angry. Your story helps to remind me that we weren’t alone in this. So thank you. Thank you for continuing to share your experiences. Thank you for shedding light on the addiction side of the story as well as the side of those who loved the addicts (and how people who are the closest sometimes don’t see it.)

  2. So tragic and so beautifully written at the same time. All of these coincidences make me want to believe that you had a path that was destined for you well before you ever knew it. Most people don’t have the same irony in everything they do. Frozen much hurt and heartache and sadness as you have had to endure, I really hope it’s because that’s what you needed to fulfill your mission and purpose and goals in life. I can guarantee that so many more people have been saved by your story so far then would have been lost without your story. Much love my friend! And as always, thank you!

  3. I knew it!!!! I can’t wait for next week!! I am so sorry for your loss! I have lost to many friends to this disease!! This blog is my new addiction!!

  4. I wait patiently each week for your blog. Can’t believe it took me until Saturday to read it!!! You truly inspire me. My brother is a recovering meth addict and my son is recovering from meth but still using pills. Your story gives me hope and also a look into what he feels, thinks, deals with. I have tried so hard to help him. I pray every day that he will not end up “the guy in the car”. My heart broke reading about the laughter. Great writing, please don’t quit!

  5. I came across your page a few weeks ago, and I’ve been hooked on watching for each chapter to be posted every Wednesday night now!!! You’re a great writer and I honestly look up to you in so many different ways!!!

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