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- My review for Unveiling the Sky by Jeannine Allison is on my blog! Link in bio 4.5 Stars!!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟*FREE on Kindle Unlimited @jeannina517 is one of my favorite authors!! 💖 Blurb: Unveiling the Sky is a STANDALONE romance. You don't have to read any other books in the series to enjoy it :) Sometimes there’s no tragic event. Sometimes there’s just sadness. Just numbness. Sometimes it’s just a depression you can’t understand. When Alara’s depression reaches its pinnacle she’s left feeling broken, vulnerable, and more than a little uneasy about moving forward. And although she’s made it to the other side she discovers that the hardest battle may simply be moving on and accepting the hardship she’s been given. Because by all accounts she should be happy, but she isn’t and she still can’t understand why. So she’s moving forward, but with the weight of her guilt and the constant fear of another episode, is she really living? Or has the fear of another episode become just as crippling as the episode itself? Then she meets Gabriel, a grieving soul struggling to get past his mother’s death and figure out his future. As he reconciles his past and begins planning his future, it becomes clear that he wants Alara in it. He wants the sarcastic, fearful girl that always seems just a little bit out of reach. But will the girl who’s never been able to see a future give him a chance? And when he discovers her darkness, will he still love her through it? Will she let him? #bookblogger #bibliophile #bookstagram #bookshelf #bookoholic #bookworm #favoriteauthor #Romance #romanticreads #contemporaryromance #newadultbooks #newadult #newadultromance #NA #mentalillness #mentalhealth #bookboyfriend
- My review for Unveiling the Sky by Jeannine Allison is on my blog! Link in bio 4.5 Stars!!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟*FREE on Kindle Unlimited @jeannina517 is one of my favorite authors!! 💖 Blurb: Unveiling the Sky is a STANDALONE romance. You don& #39;t have to read any other books in the series to enjoy it :) Sometimes there’s no tragic event. Sometimes there’s just sadness. Just numbness. Sometimes it’s just a depression you can’t understand. When Alara’s depression reaches its pinnacle she’s left feeling broken, vulnerable, and more than a little uneasy about moving forward. And although she’s made it to the other side she discovers that the hardest battle may simply be moving on and accepting the hardship she’s been given. Because by all accounts she should be happy, but she isn’t and she still can’t understand why. So she’s moving forward, but with the weight of her guilt and the constant fear of another episode, is she really living? Or has the fear of another episode become just as crippling as the episode itself? Then she meets Gabriel, a grieving soul struggling to get past his mother’s death and figure out his future. As he reconciles his past and begins planning his future, it becomes clear that he wants Alara in it. He wants the sarcastic, fearful girl that always seems just a little bit out of reach. But will the girl who’s never been able to see a future give him a chance? And when he discovers her darkness, will he still love her through it? Will she let him? #bookblogger #bibliophile #bookstagram #bookshelf #bookoholic #bookworm #favoriteauthor #Romance #romanticreads #contemporaryromance #newadultbooks #newadult #newadultromance #NA #mentalillness #mentalhealth #bookboyfriend
- My review for Unveiling the Sky by Jeannine Allison is on my blog! Link in bio 4.5 Stars!!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟*FREE on Kindle Unlimited @jeannina517 is one of my favorite authors!! 💖 Blurb: Unveiling the Sky is a STANDALONE romance. You don't have to read any other books in the series to enjoy it :) Sometimes there’s no tragic event. Sometimes there’s just sadness. Just numbness. Sometimes it’s just a depression you can’t understand. When Alara’s depression reaches its pinnacle she’s left feeling broken, vulnerable, and more than a little uneasy about moving forward. And although she’s made it to the other side she discovers that the hardest battle may simply be moving on and accepting the hardship she’s been given. Because by all accounts she should be happy, but she isn’t and she still can’t understand why. So she’s moving forward, but with the weight of her guilt and the constant fear of another episode, is she really living? Or has the fear of another episode become just as crippling as the episode itself? Then she meets Gabriel, a grieving soul struggling to get past his mother’s death and figure out his future. As he reconciles his past and begins planning his future, it becomes clear that he wants Alara in it. He wants the sarcastic, fearful girl that always seems just a little bit out of reach. But will the girl who’s never been able to see a future give him a chance? And when he discovers her darkness, will he still love her through it? Will she let him? #bookblogger #bibliophile #bookstagram #bookshelf #bookoholic #bookworm #favoriteauthor #Romance #romanticreads #contemporaryromance #newadultbooks #newadult #newadultromance #NA #mentalillness #mentalhealth #bookboyfriend
- While I don't think it's helpful to dwell on the negative experiences of my past, it is important for me to remember how bad it once was in order to remind myself that I am and always will be an addict. I never want to forget where I came from! "Dope sick" is a term used to describe heroin withdrawl. Within five hours of using, my sickness would start. First the symptoms are mild, yawning, runny nose, increasing anxiety, an all over body ache that feels like a flu coming on. ... by hour 12 without heroin, I was miserable! Severe anxiety, nausea, vomiting, deep exhaustion. .. by hour 18 ..I was literally immobile. The few times I was without heroin and I hit hour 18 are seared into my memory for life. For three years, every single time I fell asleep, I woke up dope sick.. The way my life is today, it's hard to imagine that was my life, but it was. I'm so grateful today to not be living on the ticking time clock of heroin hell. I'm grateful for a loving Savior who's atonement helps me step further and further away from that darkness on earth one step and day at a time. Addiction was my bondage and my hell. There is not a doubt in my mind I would have been swallowed up in it to death were it not for the amazing grace of God. 🙏 🙏 🙏 • • • • • #free #brokethosechains #recoveryispossible #hope #truth #nottodaysatan #christians #love #grateful #addictionrecovery #recoveryisworthit #recovering #aa #na #alcoholicsanonymous #narcoticsanonymous #god #higherpower #gladtobealive #addiction #addict #ldsarp #addictionrecoveryprogram
- While I don& #39;t think it& #39;s helpful to dwell on the negative experiences of my past, it is important for me to remember how bad it once was in order to remind myself that I am and always will be an addict. I never want to forget where I came from! "Dope sick" is a term used to describe heroin withdrawl. Within five hours of using, my sickness would start. First the symptoms are mild, yawning, runny nose, increasing anxiety, an all over body ache that feels like a flu coming on. ... by hour 12 without heroin, I was miserable! Severe anxiety, nausea, vomiting, deep exhaustion. .. by hour 18 ..I was literally immobile. The few times I was without heroin and I hit hour 18 are seared into my memory for life. For three years, every single time I fell asleep, I woke up dope sick.. The way my life is today, it& #39;s hard to imagine that was my life, but it was. I& #39;m so grateful today to not be living on the ticking time clock of heroin hell. I& #39;m grateful for a loving Savior who& #39;s atonement helps me step further and further away from that darkness on earth one step and day at a time. Addiction was my bondage and my hell. There is not a doubt in my mind I would have been swallowed up in it to death were it not for the amazing grace of God. 🙏 🙏 🙏 • • • • • #free #brokethosechains #recoveryispossible #hope #truth #nottodaysatan #christians #love #grateful #addictionrecovery #recoveryisworthit #recovering #aa #na #alcoholicsanonymous #narcoticsanonymous #god #higherpower #gladtobealive #addiction #addict #ldsarp #addictionrecoveryprogram
- While I don't think it's helpful to dwell on the negative experiences of my past, it is important for me to remember how bad it once was in order to remind myself that I am and always will be an addict. I never want to forget where I came from! "Dope sick" is a term used to describe heroin withdrawl. Within five hours of using, my sickness would start. First the symptoms are mild, yawning, runny nose, increasing anxiety, an all over body ache that feels like a flu coming on. ... by hour 12 without heroin, I was miserable! Severe anxiety, nausea, vomiting, deep exhaustion. .. by hour 18 ..I was literally immobile. The few times I was without heroin and I hit hour 18 are seared into my memory for life. For three years, every single time I fell asleep, I woke up dope sick.. The way my life is today, it's hard to imagine that was my life, but it was. I'm so grateful today to not be living on the ticking time clock of heroin hell. I'm grateful for a loving Savior who's atonement helps me step further and further away from that darkness on earth one step and day at a time. Addiction was my bondage and my hell. There is not a doubt in my mind I would have been swallowed up in it to death were it not for the amazing grace of God. 🙏 🙏 🙏 • • • • • #free #brokethosechains #recoveryispossible #hope #truth #nottodaysatan #christians #love #grateful #addictionrecovery #recoveryisworthit #recovering #aa #na #alcoholicsanonymous #narcoticsanonymous #god #higherpower #gladtobealive #addiction #addict #ldsarp #addictionrecoveryprogram

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