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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:50 am 
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Yes, sex drive is back....almost out of control :shock:

Yeah those dreams are crazy. When I quit smoking for years, I kept dreaming that I was smoking. So unfortunately they don't go away but they are less frequent with time. Pill dreams are much worse though. It's a sad reminder of the pathetic things I've done to get what I needed. At least when you wake up and you realize it was just a dream, you thank god you're not that person anymore.

No more flushing money down the toilet, no more friends backstabbing each other, and no more waiting for some numb nuts to get his or her script. "Oh, I'm getting my refill Wednesday, wait now its Thursday because the pharmacy ran out, never mind, it's definitely Friday." Then you end up worrying that you won't have anything for the weekend and when you do get them, it's not what was promised. NO MORE! All of that bullshit is over and I couldn't be happier about it.

I actually feel better sober than I think I ever felt when i was high, which I thought was impossible. Once you get back to normal, it's almost like being a kid again. New things actually interest me and excite me. It takes time, some longer than others, but people DO get normal and happy again.


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Oh man...the waiting was almost worse than the withdrawal wasn't it! If I could just get back HALF the time I spent waiting on that phone call... I swear I will NEVER be that person again. It was really pathetic. I know I'm not completely better yet but thank God I am not what I was. :roll:


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NYG wrote:
I actually feel better sober than I think I ever felt when i was high, which I thought was impossible. Once you get back to normal, it's almost like being a kid again. New things actually interest me and excite me. It takes time, some longer than others, but people DO get normal and happy again.


:arrow: Good stuff. I like where your head is at in this post. Keep it there.


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