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 Post subject: Still Moving on
PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 10:47 am 
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The other day I found a 4mg Suboxone! I could not believe I still had that. This muscle pain and weakness is still there and honestly wanted to just not feel it for a day. I flushed the Suboxone I found. It is such a roller coaster. I do have periods of moodiness, heart palpitations. The muscle aches and pains. Oh, the sleep is better. Last night I was surprised to have leg pains. NOTHING at all like the beginning. It took me by surprise. It just goes to show it is a process.
Wonder how long this ache and feeling of being weighed down will last. Working toward the 2nd month! Tolerable!


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 Post subject: Re: Still Moving on
PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 10:41 pm 
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Very good DD! That is a sign of success in your recovery. What else to you do for your recovery plan, that is if you have one?

Keep up the good fight and get some support for your weak moments. Some can pull it off w/o a recovery plan and some can't.

Keep up the good work!

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