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PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 12:56 pm 
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DAY 28

Made it four weeks and I guess I feel pretty damn normal. I still occassionally sneeze and yawn, but I am getting my energy levels back some and I'm not as much as a bump on a log anymore. Everyday is an improvement in my spirit and life itself. For my fellow suboxone wanna be quitters I completely understand the fear. My biggest fear of quitting wasn't the withdrawals but in my head I thought suboxone was the only thing that made me happy and I would never be happy again, but suboxone really made me miserable and lifeless. Free yourselves from the drugs and get your life back.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:29 pm 
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Good for you, Pinkbarbie! I'm glad that your taper off sub has been successful so far!

I'm fortunately one of the countless people who do well on suboxone and don't currently feel the need to taper off. But your story is important and very pertinent to others who aren't happy while on sub. I hope you come back to this thread and periodically update us!

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