I've been through a very rough year. I lost custody of my son to his father last year due to my substance abuse. I was court ordered to NA, drug testing and had supervised visits at my exes house (used to be our house). I now have passed through all that and have my son every other weekend and once a week. Even though I have gotten through all this and suffered a year of job hopping, I find myself slipping into depression and unable to get out of that mood. I hate when it happens when I have my son because I actually get afraid that he is going to think that I am using or that it is his fault (he's 11). I am trying to seek positive ways to turn that low feeling around as soon as it comes to avoid falling into the hole of depression.
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