‘Blessing in disguise’ is the answer to the opioid crisis

Posted April 08, 2020 08:29:21I know you’re probably going to tell me that I need to go to a mental health clinic, but I think this is what I’m looking for.

I’ve been trying to find the right support group for my brother and his brother in law, and they’ve all been struggling with opioid addiction and I’ve just seen that I can’t afford it.

My sister in law and her daughter are two of the hardest working people I know.

When I go to appointments and talk to the people in my life, they’re saying to me, ‘you know what, we need to help you.’

I can’t just go to the counsellor and say, ‘I need to be on medication’.

They don’t have the time to do that for me.

What do I need from them?

How do I reach out to them?

The only way I can help them is to have them in my heart, my heart’s aching and I’m just waiting for the right thing to happen.

You can’t say you’re doing this for them, because you know what?

I’m not doing this to them.

There are so many good things about this country that I think it’s important for us to make sure that we’re living our lives in harmony.

If you’re a family member, someone who’s working hard, or you have someone who needs help, please, come to my house and I’ll do anything that I possibly can to help them.

That’s what I do.

But for some people, it’s not possible.

It’s really hard for me to say I need help but it’s really difficult to see people who are in a place like mine in the middle of a crisis and you can’t even say that I want to do anything about it.

I want people to know that this isn’t for them.

I can only imagine the suffering.

That’s why it’s such a difficult time for so many people.

This isn’t just a crisis for the families that are going through this.

It’s a crisis that affects us all.