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I am working a dead end job and started abusing drugs and i feel like im the only wants to do good out of all the people around me.. i dont have any means of transportation and i just need to get away and my credit was also stolen by my own family and i feel like i ran into a brick wall and i cant break through it.   is this really all life has to offer some one please help out a good person get on track...

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Profile Photo by justdavenow ANGEL18K+ (21.9k points)   4 6 17
Use that dead end job to quietly save as much money as possible. Hide it away. When the temptation is there to do drugs, go visit a friend who doesn't use. Get out of there, then come home and go to bed. Save that money and make yourself some options for freedom. Be well and don't give up
Save the money and consider leaving town for pastures new.  Its a brave move but one that can give you the freedom to suceed without negative influences.  I myself did exactly that and found myself travelling the world, moving from the uk to Australia,  getting a good job and marrying my beautiful wife. We now have a beautiful baby boy too!  Life could have turned out very differently because I was in with the wrong crowd and liked alcohol way to much.  I made a bold and brave decision to jump on a plane to the unknown and ive never looked back. It may sound daunting but you can do the same and you dont need to lose contact with the people you care about even if you do move your life.
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Please go to your local department of social services and speak with a social worker. They can help financially so you can eat, have a roof over your head and get you help with your drug issue. Get a bicycle and use that until you can save money. It does sound like you want to be a better person. Get away from your home and anyone associated with drugs. Be thankful for your job and strive to work hard and be the best at anything you do. Involve yourself in community projects, attend church......give of yourself and you'll feel so good that life will begin to turn around for you.
You may be able to rent a room from someone just be sure its a good environment. If you show folks you are trying to be a better; you'll be suprised  how well you will be received.
Take care and never give up!

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