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- February 21, 2017 at 7:50 am #4741872
Hopefully she made it!
I always had to cold turkey the opiate withdrawl. Never fun, advil, anti-diarrhea tablets, plent of water, try to walk during the day, benedryl at night, and NA/AA meetings every day.
Its your neurotransmitters revolting, and I know first-hand that opiate addicts are some of the biggest babies out there! Sorry, but its trueFebruary 27, 2017 at 2:56 pm #4741874
I am going to count this as a lapse. I got a taste of misery last night.ended up in places I did want to be. Spend money wastefully. spent time felling despair and doom. I am going to make a commitment to recovery putting recovery before anyone or thing.February 28, 2017 at 5:21 am #4741868
@u71272 2879711 wrote:
I am going to count this as a lapse. I got a taste of misery last night.ended up in places I did want to be. Spend money wastefully. spent time felling despair and doom. I am going to make a commitment to recovery putting recovery before anyone or thing.
Good for you! Welcome to SoberRecovery!
I can understand your need for making recovery first.
I heard several times early in my recovery that what ever I put in front of my recovery I would end up losing anyway. I would not only use….but lose those things I put ahead of my recovery.
I learned the trial and error way. Exactly what they said came true!
I heard this from others in the fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous. I went to as many meetings as I possible could until I built a foundation for my recovery. That foundation included regular meeting attendance, paying attention to what others shared, getting a sponsor and taking the 12 steps.
If you want what we have to offer and you are willing to make the effort to get it, then you are read to take certain steps.
Have you located or attended any NA meetings near you?
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