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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 4:38 pm 
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Yes, it's definitely something to get used to. No more chaos, no more worrying about finding or buying pills, no more being sick. But of course, no more high either and that's the main thing some of us have to get used to. U will finally get used to it, just takes time.

I bought a treadmill and got bk into shape. I started watching Real Housewives (lol guilty pleasure), I also did some major online shopping. That's some of the things I did in the beginning to help with the feeling of not getting high anymore. I never wanted to admit I missed it cause it made me feel ashamed, but honestly I finally realized it's just part of it. It's ok to feel this way, u just gotta know how to deal with it.

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