Posted November 20, 2018 05:37:49 My mother is one of the first to die from a drug overdose every year.
I was born in 1995, and for the past 12 years, I have been dealing with the effects of drugs on my body.
I’ve had two kidney transplants, three hip replacements, a heart attack, a lung transplant and three major surgeries.
Every time I go into hospital, I worry about my mother.
My heart is so heavy.
I don’t know what to do.
It’s a very difficult thing for my mum to be doing.
For a while, my mother was going on and on about how she didn’t want me to die.
But then I found out that my mum had just been given the death certificate for me.
I knew exactly what was going through her mind.
Her final wish was that she didn, too.
I think that’s one of my greatest fears.
She knew that I had no future.
But when I finally told her what had happened, she was very accepting and very hopeful.
It was one of those things where it just dawned on her that I didn’t really want to live anymore.
I thought that would be a lot of pressure on me, but she said, “I don’t care.
You’ve been through enough.”
She said, it’s just like any other death.
I want to thank her for everything she’s done for me and for what she’s been through and for helping me get through it. “
She’s been my biggest supporter.
I want to thank her for everything she’s done for me and for what she’s been through and for helping me get through it.
But, I just don’t want to die, she said.
It feels like I’m losing a lot, and I don,t want to lose her.
I’m just looking forward to being able to move on with my life.
But I’ve never been so anxious about a death in my life and so desperate to stop it.
I know I’m going to be on this list for the rest of my life, so I don’t want it to end any other way.
What would you like to see change in Australia?
The answer is a whole lot.
The biggest thing is for Australians to understand that drugs are not the cause of death.
Drug overdoses are a major public health issue, and people who use drugs should be held accountable.
The other thing that we need to do is stop demonising people who are struggling to make ends meet.
The Government has done a lot to try to change the attitude towards drug users and the way they live.
But it has to be about more than just getting people off drugs and saving lives.
If we don’t stop talking about these drugs, it won’t change.
So we’ve got to change how we talk about them, the way we approach them, and how we deal with them.
I really do want to see a change.