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New, Just getting started!!!



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    Anonymous

    Hello everybody, my name is Joey and I am addected to pain killers,,,, recently got help from a doctor and thought it would be a good idea to find a place where I could talk to people that are going thought the same thing I am,,, hope to fit in somewhere



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    Anonymous

    Hey Joedogg…welcome to 12 Step National Meetings.

    In case you didn’t notice, there are numerous forums here at 12 Step National Meetings (and some forums have sub-forums). This is the Narcotics Anonymous Step Study Forum (Step 1). If you are a member of NA and/or currently working on Step 1 and wish to discuss or ask questions about that step, this is the right place. Otherwise, you may be interested in posting in another forum – which probably will increase your chances of getting a response.

    The main NA forum could be a good start. If you went back to the home page or main forum page you’ll find it under drug addiction. Here’s the link:
    [url=http://www.https://12stepnationalmeetings.com/forums/narcotics-addiction-12-step-support/%5DNarcotics Addiction-12 Step Support – SoberRecovery : Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information[/url]

    If NA isn’t your thing, you might consider posting in the Substance Abuse forum:
    [url=http://www.https://12stepnationalmeetings.com/forums/substance-abuse/%5DSubstance Abuse – SoberRecovery : Alcoholism Drug Addiction Help and Information[/url]

    Whatever the case, take your time and look around, There are plenty of people here who have been through what you’re going through and are willing to help.

    G



    #4916435

    Anonymous

    @Adcat12 2933608 wrote:

    Thanks everyone for the welcome. I’m an RN in recovery for over a year a now. It’s still very hard and the temptation is starting to get worse right now for some reason.

    Adcat,

    I just wanted to say stay strong in your recovery. I am also an RN, just getting started, feeling the effects of withdrawl and depression from coming off of opiates. Talk to people you trust, people who you are accountable to that love you. Find support in a program. Don’t quite, this is a very rough road to go down. I know you can do it, and so can I…:You_Rock_

    Nebether



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