Two years ago, on November 19, 2016, an online forum called The Big Picture was created.
The idea was to create a place where people who are looking to change their life and their world could share their thoughts and experiences.
“The world was my father, and it was my mother, and then my mother was my grandmother,” one of the posters wrote.
“So my dad and my grandma have been through this and they know I am just like you, and that’s okay.”
“I have a mom that has been through it, and I have a grandma that has had it.
And so the world I know is my mom and my dad,” said another.”
This is where I am going to be,” a third added.”
And so I’m going to tell you the truth, and so I hope that you will listen to me, and listen to what I have to say, and trust that I’m telling the truth,” the woman said.
The Big Picture is not just for people who have experienced domestic violence or abuse, but for anyone who is grappling with an addiction.
For most of the last decade, the website has been used to support those in recovery, those struggling with addiction, and those struggling to break free of addiction.
But in 2017, the site was shut down.
In the year since the site went dark, the community has changed.
The site’s administrator, Sarah White, said the site’s closure was not the end of her efforts to help those in crisis.
She said she was shocked by the number of people who emailed her after reading about the website’s demise, and she was saddened that some of the information posted on the site could be harmful.
“I was shocked to hear about it.
I was very sad that it happened, and very upset,” she said.
“But I had a very good idea of what this website was going to offer, and how it would help people, and what it would mean for me personally.
I know I’ve changed, and some people have changed for the better, and a lot of people have said, ‘Wow, you’re a better person than you were when you were on the website,’ and I’m happy to say that’s true,” she added.”
The site has helped me get better.
I know I’ve changed, and some people have changed for the better, and a lot of people have said, ‘Wow, you’re a better person than you were when you were on the website,’ and I’m happy to say that’s true,” she added.
The website, known as The Big Question, has attracted attention from a number of outlets, including the ABC and ABC Radio.
White said she is proud of the work the site has done and wants to make sure that it continues to provide a platform for people to talk to others about addiction.
“For those who have been going through this for years, I know they have a lot to live for.
It’s been a really tough time, but I hope it can be a very positive time, and help them through it,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne’s Four Corners program.
White’s experience is not unique.
“It’s not just the community that is impacted by the site, it’s the whole community, and if it was just one person, I don’t think we would be experiencing it,” said Laura Smith, the director of addiction and mental health at the National Association of People Abused in Childhood.
“We don’t have any choice but to go through this. “
We are not going to allow it to stop.””
We don’t have any choice but to go through this.
We are not going to allow it to stop.”
People have had a lot more success in rehab than we have, and now that we’re seeing the results of the program, we’re starting to see more people actually come forward,” Smith added.
White has been using the website to support people who want to start over.”
My goal is for people like me who are struggling with this to come together as a community, to come out of this and not just talk about it, but to actually change and change,” she explained.”
They are going to find a lot out about themselves, and they are going, ‘I am going in this new direction.
I am coming out of it with a fresh set of eyes, and hopefully with a much stronger understanding of who I am.’
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