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im 14

Posted by lily7890 on 5 December 2016.

im a 14 year old gilr and i have drug and alcahol problems,my dad dies when i was 9 and ive been depressed since,i got into the wrong crowd and then it became my life,it made me forget all my pain,but now it just is an addiction,never try drugs or alcahol.


5 Dec 2016

my sister also has an alcahol problem,i always wanted to be like her so i followed in her footsteps,or tried to.

Icarus Trust
20 Dec 2016

Hi Lily
I'm sorry to read your post. It sounds like you need someone to talk to. Please contact The Icarus Trust who could tell you about how to find the support that you might need. We are a charity so it is a free service and its good to talk to someone who understands.
You can contact us on or visit the website
Al the best. I hope you can get some help.

21 Dec 2016

Dear Lily7890

Thank you for sharing. If you feel you need to talk to someone about anything please call Childline on 0800 1111.


13 May 2017

Lily, your story sounds so similar to my daughter's. She was unhappy when me a d her dad split up. She started to hang out with older kids and began drinking at 12. I knew she had a problem at 14 but when I tried to tell people (e.g. doctor) she just looked dumbfounded because she was so young. Please try and get help for yourself because you can change if you want. There is a big, exciting world out there and you can do anything you want with your life. Your experience puts you in a position to help others. Don't let your past hurt dictate your choices in life. Blessings and good luck to you xxxxc

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