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Hello! Once when I had been returning home from work as usual I had been somewhat late. Nobody was at home. It was odd for me because I knew they needed to be housed. I began calling them, but nobody answered the telephone. I began to worry. Inside me was shouting that something had occurred.

However one day, when I lost everything, I realized that it was time to cease. I was assisted by After working with a psychotherapist I started to feel much better, I began to see the beautiful things in my personal life. Every day I attempt to become better and I will never return to yesteryear.
Afterward I got nearer to my pals. We frequently hung out, went into clubs and drank alcohol. I do not remember how, but at exactly the same time I started using drugs. Everything started to be enjoyable and carefree. At the moments of the hangouts I could not think about anything, all of the issues have been forgotten and I could not be totally free for long.

Once I was 23, I started working at a bank. I often stayed after work to enhance the quality of what I had been doing, to study. My bosses praised me to get this and amazing prospects in life were before me.
My title is Nazar Brovharenko. I'm 38 years old. I work at a financial institution, I serve customers. I graduated from the Kharkov National Economic University named after Semyon Kuznets, majoring in economics.

My dad worked a lot and he tried very hard to provide me and my mother with a better life. My mom worked as a teacher of junior classes. She loved her job and her children very much. Every evening she assessed notebooks very carefully, trying to not overlook anything. I think it was her calling to be a teacher. My parents gave me the best that's in me. They taught me what they knew themselves. They supported me when I put down my hands.

A few hours later I got a call from the police. At the opposite end of the cable they explained my parents had had an injury and they had no more there. I didn't know just what to do. Obviously, I was no longer a youngster, but an acute sense of loneliness disturbs me. There was a black hole interior which had nothing to shut.

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At 5:34pm on November 3, 2020, Abiola bawauh said…

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