Playing Deadly Games

Pretty much,

You name it,

I tried it.

If I liked it,

I used it.

Alot

No shit.

Damn.

I am one lucky

SOB

Amen to that.

Jen

*Please read the post before this one too. Please*

~ by Step On a Crack on February 12, 2012.

14 Responses to “Playing Deadly Games”

  1. Tough and fabulous!! Guts AND glory, Jen. Live . U. Mel

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  2. Love Mel … And also live??? Damn iPhone!! Night night!

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  3. A daring poem. A handful of words, mountains of misery and pain. I would say I love it, but can one really say that: “I love to read about such a tragic life” even when it seems to have a “happy end”?
    Love and hugs
    Steph xxx

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    • Steph, Thank you so much for being here! I know what you mean. Sometimes I click the ‘like’ button on a terribly sad post by someone and it seems disingenuous. I like their honesty and courage. I LIKE that. The stories sometimes are just too sad to actually like like.

      XO Jen

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  4. Good writing on both posts Jen.
    I’m always thankful that I wasn’t able to get addicted to bad things in the past. I’m so impressed with your strength to fight through it all and survive. Continue the fight girl! 🙂
    hugs

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    • Scott, Thank you for stopping by! I am grateful you never became addicted. I am amazed by people who jump through the ring of fire without getting burned. Really. I figure it this way: it was/is fight or die. Pretty simple when you put it that way.

      Thank you for your very kind words! XO Jen

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  5. So happy to have had the chance to meet you, Jen! So thankful!

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  6. Isn’t it good to be able to look at “the worst in us” from a position of “the best in us”? Seems like that gives us a chance to call it what it is, forgive ourselves, and get a life.

    Step by step. ~ Paulann

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    • Yes! Even if I feel I am faltering (I never crave getting wasted anymore but) my emotional sobriety is OFTEN tested.

      It is good to have the past to look back on. I can do anything; with help.

      XO Jen

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  7. A fist punch in the face of addiction!

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  8. […] I  was a Professional Drinker. […]

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  9. […] Playing Deadly Games […]

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