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If you’ve returned to work today after calling in sick yesterday, there is another way.

If you’re tired of thinking up excuses why you can’t be where you’re supposed to be, there is help.

Trying to hide an addiction is exhausting.

Trying to convince the outside world that everything is okay is isolating.

The pressure of trying to ‘function’ in addiction doesn’t have to be your norm.

You don’t have to be alone.

Life doesn’t have to be this hard.

You can ask for help with addiction.

Whether it’s picking up the phone to Help Me Stop, or it’s going to your first Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meeting – or simply telling someone you trust what’s really going on – make today that day.

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