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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      Name: Tk Beljanski

      Age: 26

      Sober Since: 10 / 27 / 2016

      Sober For: 5 Years & 209 Days

      What it was like?

      My dad was an IV heroin user, I saw what it did to him and I had seen many people go through withdrawal by a young age. All that considered I was strangely naive about opiates. I became an IV user almost immediately. I spent a lot of active addiction in and out of very physically and mentally abusive relationships. One I thought was definitely going to kill me at one point because he was strung out on speed. I had zero self worth and I overdosed a total of 15 times. There was one point where I was in a psychotic state for 5 days in the hospital and they weren’t sure I was ever going to come out of it. I didn’t even recognize myself with my face and body covered in scabs. I had lost everything, my family, my friends and my will to live. And still I had no desire to get clean and no one could convince me to. The idea of living without drugs was scarier to me than the idea of dying from them.

      What happened?

      I was homeless on the streets for a bit where things that are still hard for me to talk about happened to me. Getting past 30 days clean felt impossible but I justified my use by using differently and not as often. Then I got pregnant. My life changed and I had purpose again. I found out very early thankfully and as soon as I did something inside of me clicked. I immediately went to a treatment type facility and after that went to recovery groups 3 times a week. I wasn’t getting clean for just me this time or because other people wanted me to, I was getting clean for my son.

      What it is like now?

      My life now is amazing. I have 2 beautiful children and an amazing fiancé. I have good relationships with all my family and friends. I’m currently going to school for Mental Health and Addictions, I want to help people like so many helped me. I do not ever regret getting clean and I am SO thankful for my life today!

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