I’m a British Iranian and I am vomiting with the injustice in my original land.
This is not a political outburst but a social!
How dare we allow old people getting hit and mistreated because they have insomnia?
How dare we allow to buy a body of a 9 year old for the pleasure of a clergy man in his 40s in the name of god?
How can we sleep beating the heroin or opium addict on your streets just because you don’t want them to have an opinion?
How dare you shut peoples voices and continue to mute your them with fear?
How can you allow the rich be richer and feel they are fulfilling their religious duties if they pay your fake mosques?
Who dare you kill children of mothers who are still waiting for their youth to return ?
How poor always serving the rich just out of fear?
How can you call the name of god by taking sexual advantage of someone’s daughter or son?
How dare you sell guns, drugs and prostitution?
How can you let your children study abroad when Iranian people are sleeping on the streets?
Have your experienced hunger? Emotionally or physically!
I am ashamed to be associated and tired of keeping quiet!
Women have no voice and if they do they get shut!
God created us with the same light.
We are given equal chances and happiness is the natural right of every one of us being Iranian or not!
The mindset you have made these people believe is corrupt and inhuman.
May god save you
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What’s the benefit in waiting to get healthy? .
Is it so you can have a last binge meal?
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It’s so empowering to say “this is no longer serving me” and walk away in peace.
I have left countless people, thought patterns, emotional/physical traumas, beliefs, addictions, habits, places and things behind because they no longer had a place in my life.
They were either causing me stress/anxiety or causing me to feel nothing at all(another sign something has change)
So I left.
And I’ve never felt more free😌
It’s time to free yourself.
It’s scary sometimes but once you declutter you automatically make room in your life for the things that will bring you the most growth and joy.
I promise. Go ahead. Let go.
It’ll be ok 💛
A message of hope~~ I debated writing this for awhile but here it is... I don’t have some sob story or any excuses on why I took the path that I did. I was raised in a loving home with parents that raised me right. Now that’s not to say that I did not have things early on in life that messed me up because I did. But Ive learned that just because bad things have happened to you doesn’t give you an excuse to do bad things. I started partying when I was 16, in the beginning I wasn’t using daily but this led to years of using everyday. I was prescribed Xanax for PTSD and ended up abusing it. I ended up crashing my car and was in rehabilitation for a year it was than I was prescribed opiates. I had times where I’d get clean but it would never last. I was in and out of jail. 2012 was the first time I got sober; I didn’t do it for myself and ended up relapsing. I’m here to be real and raw if you are struggling with addiction you might relapse a few times before it sticks. Almost a year and half ago I was in jail again. My heart had stopped and I had a seizure. I ended up doing actual time in jail and I think I was just finally fed up with the constant cycle of gaining my life back and than losing it. I had a lot of time to reflect, I don’t regret being an addict at all. It changed me in good and bad ways. It has not been easy but I am Actually living!!! Never let anyone make you feel like less of a person because of your addiction. I’ve had people tell me to overdose and die. I’ve had girls post my mugshots online out of spite but really in the end it just showed who they are inside. I have never let what anyone says about me affect the way I see myself. I have a beautiful life now but I’ve worked my ass off to get here. I have a career, a loving boyfriend who encourages my sobriety. I have my family back. If you ever need someone to listen my DMs are always open. Every journey begins with one step! #recovery#wedorecover#compassion#sober#soberlife#transformationtuesday#soberlifestyle#addiction#personalblog#explore#explorepage#insta#instalove#drugs#love#me#recoverystories#soberissexy#recoveryispossible#substanceabuse
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This is part of my story for sure. Some of you may be able to to relate and some many not. When it comes to my story I lacked personal honesty so bad that I never though I was really and addict. In my mind “normal” people went out for dinner and a movie and I consumed drugs instead. What was the big deal? Wild…. Right? I know that reflecting on the situation. Do you ever wonder when the transition takes place from a causal type to full blown user? For me I think it was when opiates really entered my life. Mostly heroin. Once I started to Chase the dragon they call it my life truly began to fall apart faster then any lie I could tell.
I know someone out there still struggling will read this post and I want you to know a few things. I never pictured happiness in my life. I didn’t plan to live past 25 and I had no idea how to stop using. My first step was asking for help and quickly followed by being honest with myself. If I could have quit on my own I would have. In fact I tried for a year. I was no match compared to the substances. They did for me what I could not do for myself at the time. Breaking that cycle was the best thing to ever happy in my 31 years. If your struggling start small, reach out to someone and ask them to help you but be willing to meet them halfway. -
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