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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2009 3:34 pm 
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Hey!

Tomorrow will be one week since stopping the suboxone. It feels like both yesterday, and a million years ago... I feel back to my old self (about 90%), no depression, little anxiety, minimal cravings (totally controllable), and am so glad the wd is behind me, not in front of me, but the only way to get it behind you, is to go through it! Everyone who wants to stop can! Everyone who wants to stay on Suboxone can! Do what makes you happy, and what makes sense for your situation. For me, I was not too far in, caught myself and found Suboxone to be a great tool... I really wish the best for everyone and am here as a resource!!

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I hope you'll stick around and keep us posted! It's really good to hear from someone who's made it through :D

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Congrats Florida, all a downhill ride from here :lol: I really think your right about how withdrawals are worse because of the fact that it's withdrawals and not a really bad cold. For me it was always the depression that really got to me but you sound like your doing well and keeping a very positive outlook which I'm sure helps alot.
Hang in there and so glad to hear your doing better

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