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PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2015 7:06 am 
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Hi SS

If you had surgery you would accept it would take time to heal so try to think about allowing yourself time to heal from this Sadness is part of the healing process. Cravings are part of healing also. What you are doing is hard so please acknowledge how strong you on! You really will feel better but you have to give it time.

Hang on because better days are coming!


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 12:40 am 
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You could but hey minus well take them, did anyone help you out yet? It might help to make your own thread and write a little more detail.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 10:27 am 
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Hello everyone it is now day 18 wit no suboxone. Just wanted to give an update. Yesterday morning wad the first morning I could actually sit down and actually do something and semi concentrate. Now I'm not saying I was feeling good by any means. I still feel anxious in the morning and itd not easy to concentrate BUT a week ago I couldn't even sit down for 5 mins without pulling my hair out. I can definitely see I am getting better. I would say day 16 or 17 is when things started to get a little better for me. It's still going to take some time and this really is a SLOW process. The past couple days I have had a couple glimpses of happy thoughts and it felt pretty good. I have been doimg this without immodium or clonidine I don't know if it helps but I hear it works wonders. The past two days I have been having some insane sub cravings but just trying to fight through it. I will keep updating everyone. I have read a lot of stories of people who really start turning the corner at about 28 to 31 days. keep up the good fight and mad respect to anyone who is fighting this right now. you have to be one strong person to.get.through this keep fighting


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 12:05 pm 
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Hey SS

Ur post compared to previous posts is absolutely more of a positive one. I think ur starting to turn that corner and I'm so happy for u. I'm the most impatient person ever, so I could imagine going through this slow process has got to be horrible. Also, as addicts, we're so used to the "quick fix" in everything. If I'm sick or even tired, I immediately want a magic pill that's going to make it better right then. It's so hard to do it the normal way like everyone else. Unfortunately this is something we have to endure on it's own time. And I think u have went through the worst part now. It must be so awesome to know that even though ur still gonna have some rough days, ur through the worst. Awesome job!!! I wish u lot's of wonderful days ahead.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2015 6:25 pm 
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Hey SS,

I'm impressed with your quick improvement and ability to stick it through. Also, I'm impressed you jumped at 1mg instead of tapering down lower. Today is my first day on 1mg and it's going pretty well. I'm going to go down to micro doses. Just reading your symptoms scares me! I am impressed you've sucked it up this whole time. Way to go!


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Glad to hear things are getting better. You sound better if that means anything.


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