Two Faced-My Secret Life. Chapter 17.

 

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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16 thoughts on “Two Faced-My Secret Life. Chapter 17.

    • Crap. This one was extremely hard to read. They all make my heart break, but this one was heart wrenching. I have PTSD, this took me a long time to read. I am so freaking proud of you Tiffany. So proud.

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  1. Wow as a spouse of addict in recovery this really impacted of I feel about addiction. I never understood how he could do the things he did and say he loved me. Thanks for this

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  2. Wow! Thank you for sharing your life with us. It’s giving me a little better understanding. I have been Married to a Drug addict twice. The first one ran away from me all the time and I couldn’t understand why. I loved him so much but I guess if it’s like being on fire. The second one just couldn’t cope without something. He always had to have some kind of addiction or several. He overdosed and died at 25, 1 month after we divorced. That was the worst day of my life, I was so heartbroken I couldn’t even function.
    I am so glad you are able to write this and was able change your life!

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  3. WOW! You are such a strong woman tiff! Continuing to share your truth is helping many others understand so much about addiction , the way it changes you, and why addicts do the things they do. Nobody understands why an addict lies, cheats , or steals except another addict……until NOW. You are giving everyone a perfect understanding into that world. You’re awesome!

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  4. God Tiffany, this blog is so incredible. You are sooo incredible! It’s everything I’ve felt in my 28 years of life. I wish I had even an ounce of your courage! I feel as though this writing must be just as cathartic for you as it is for the many who read it. Makes me wonder if getting it all out there would take away some of the shame. I’m so glad I found you at this point in my life and thank you for sharing all the raw and beautiful details of your life with us! You’re an inspiration ❤️

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  5. I just started following you and love it! You do a great job of showing what it’s like to live as an addict, and why and how we turn into something that’s so far removed from who we really are as a sober person.

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  6. Thank you for sharing this painful part of your life with us. I’m lucky that I’ve never dealt with the hell of addiction, but have had struggles and continue to have struggles with other things in my life and you have taught me so much!!! i hope you get your story published because you would have a best seller on your hands…

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    • You are a rock. I don’t know how you are writing this blog and continue to stay a strin6g sober woman. It would seem to the uneducated like me, that by writing this it would trigger you into a downward spiral.
      I am so proud of you for continuing this journey and very humbled by you sharing your incredibly difficult life. Thank you.

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  7. Dang!!! and I thought 20yrs of crank and meth was bad but it sounds like pills are the worst. This was very humbling to hear. I with hatred of myself was the Laz pusher in retrospect. When I had an abundance I would seek out whomever of the opposite sex and try to manipulate my way. It didn’t happen often and I am glad it didn’t after hearing this. I felt shame too. Thanks Tiffany for sharing. If you read this can you write me back? My family took me out tonight to celebrate my 1yr of being clean/sober. It was a awesome night with the wife and kids and I am extremely blessed to have a 2nd chance in life. I as many others seek refuge in your words and I’m glad to have this moment of venting to you. I was once did asked “if someone had a flashlight and shined it at the ceiling did I think I could climb that beam of light? I responded with heck No I would be afraid you would turn the light off on my way up”…. Lol

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  8. I’m beyond addicted to your story. I’ve been at my rock bottom so many times, as drugs took my whole Identity away. Thank you for being so brave and detailed to let people into the real life of an addict. Your doing amazing. I hope and pray I’m able to do the same one day. I’m still pretty fresh away from drugs. Just over 100 days this time, But it’s the longest In my 3 yrs downhill. Keep it up please! Your an inspiration. 💪💪💪

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