Welcome!

If you are in search of hope, inspiration or just a sense of belonging—look no further.

I’m Tiffany Jenkins and most of you know me from my silly viral videos, but there is another side to me. I have anxiety, depression, and was an active drug addict for over ten years.

I found that sharing my truth was not only therapeutic for me, but many others as well.  This is a place where people just like you and I are sharing their stories of hope after a period of adversity.

So grab some coffee, kick back, and prepare to see addiction, motherhood, marriage and mental health—like you’ve never seen it before.

 

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  1. I feel kind of cocky posting this, but up until just a few weeks ago I hid almost everything about myself and my addiction, but now that I’ve finally shared it I feel like I want to share it with the world. I thought the article about me was just an article, people say “inspiration” but it didn’t really mean anything. It’s my life that’s it that’s all. I didn’t think I did anything special by sharing really…..but seeing the compilation of stories and sitting here crying like a baby 4+ years sober I get it. It’s a big deal. And I want the list to get bigger, and I want people to see it and feel the way I do—clean or not—and I want to be a part of it…. This article was geared towards school & graduation & such even though there’s soooo much more to be said….. that’ll have to wait until I have time to really write “this book” people are always telling me to write haha

    https://lacrossetribune.com/news/local/single-mom-uw-la-crosse-graduate-beats-odds-to-become/article_f74307a6-6124-57b6-a3e2-4d5a231bc9d2.html#tracking-source=home-trending

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  2. Hi my name is Deanna I’m 33 I had no idea that you were in recovery. I to am in recovery I struggle with a heroin addiction since I was 23 I also have a twin brother who just celebrated 2 years clean. Our mother has been amazing she is truly our angel, as I get older I strive to be half the mother she is to my kids. I’ve had 2 years n the past and I fell off, I got locked up looking at 10 years n jail I thought I was beat then a program was offered to me, knowing through Devine intervention I now celebrate my clean date on march 23 my favorite aunts birthdayshe passed away suddenly my first jail sentence my heart was broke, but now I have a day that truly means something to me it wasn’t only her birthday but the start of my new life, I fill my days with treatment, na meeting, family, people that make me smile that’s how I came across your videos ur just hilarious.I admire your openness to sharing and educating people about addiction, you are blessed to have found your purpose, I am excited to see what the future holds for me as for my brother he just bought a brand new f250 he inspires me as do you…thank you…your friend in recovery Deanna

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  3. Tiffany,I am you.And you are amazing.Please tell me that you will tour!I work for American Airlines and I will fly anywhere in the world to see you!

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  4. I’m trying to find the lending library section you spoke about. I can’t find it. I would like to get on the list Help!!

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  5. Thank you, Tiffany for helping me through a tough time when I needed it the most. I recently found out my husband had an affair last fall. I was having the lowest of low times. I have been diagnosed with depression over 5 years ago and this event triggered everything from my past causing the depression to rear its awful head again. One day I came across your blog on face book, it was a tremendous help. Your videos make me laugh, cry and reassess my life. Thank you so much for being that person who is helping others and helping me get through the tough times. I love you and your way of of making people laugh and making them feel loved.

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  6. Thank you for your videos! I watch one every morning to start off with some inspiration and a good laugh! I’m bipolar and it’s been out of control for a year and a half now! My Dr can’t find a medications combination to help me. I deal with mania ( highness),depression and rapid cycling ( which is both in one day!) It takes every effort to get out of bed and to do my daily chores ( I’m a housewife because I’m on disability because of my illness) Recently my husband has become depressed over his job! He’s very stressed out and he’s afraid of losing his job! His depression now has affected me ( depression has become worse and so has my anxiety!) I suggested to him to get another job and he refuses to help himself! I’m beside myself! The only thing that gets me through the day is watching your videos with my coffee and it gives me hope! So with that being said I want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for being there when I feel so alone and helpless! You do make a difference! I love you! God bless! Kris Ann Rothermel

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    1. Wow, I feel you on the depression stuff. Just wanted to reply and say me too. I feel the same way about tiffany she’s awesome.

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  7. I just happened to see your blog concerning some young person who apparently must be famous & has/had drug issues. What disturbed & pained me the most was you were so hurt by all the people who commented in a hateful & venomous way about her & addicts in general. These people have a totally out of control case of “Holier Than Thou” & as a non drug addict but completely faulted in so many other ways person I want to personally apologize to you for the harm & disrespect shown you & any other person struggling with drugs. I applaud your effects with recovery & recognize the tremendous struggle you go through. I have my own dirty laundry that I would prefer no one knew about I am ashamed to admit & as we’re taught in the Bible, “Let him/her without sin cast the first stone”. I’ll be putting my stone on the ground, thank you! Continue towards sobriety, Sweetie. You’re worth it!

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  8. Hi Tiffany

    I love how brave you are. I have anxiety and depression disorder. I’m became addicted to Xanax. I’ve been clean 36 days. The video where you were in California and couldn’t leave your hotel room spoke directly to me. I have only been able to admit to certain people that I am addicted. Things are tough now but you give me hope I that they will get better. I am thankful for you.

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