My Recovery Is about My Choices.

Yours is too.

Muzak
Nation.

Now playing: Kim's Theme.

Where the Ambience Never Ends.

My Recovery Is about My Choices.

Yours Is Too.

Kim

Greetings,

I was asked to write a brief biography for this page.

Here it is.

My name is Kim. I am not without sin. Not that I wanted to become the person I am today. Addiction wasn’t some gift I found under the Christmas tree or a birthday present. I never asked God to make me an addict, but just the same I am. Every day not using is like treading water, and when I am exhausted and too weak to tread, I give in. Always for the last time you understand. My addiciton crossed them. It did. I did. We did. We crossed them even as I swore I wouldn't—couldn't—let everybody down, again. All my hopes and dreams vanished. There was always a new bottom to fall into. I don’t believe in me, not sure if I ever did. But, I do believe in God. I am preparing to enter a 13 month residential treatment program. I excel at treatment. That isn't the problem. The problem is what I do that day I get out. That has always been the problem.

I’ll write another bio after a year. I pray that by then I have something more hopeful to say in it.

Blessings and best wishes,

Kim.

Welcome to Lot C.

Forget everything you know about parking your car.

This is different.

This is real!