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 Post subject: Update on laddertipper.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:18 pm 
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Over the past few weeks, I have received numerous PM's asking if I knew how laddertipper was. I hadn't heard from her for a long time, so I decided to go ahead and text her again today and she responded this evening.

She said, "I'm doing just fine. No relapsing, staying busy. Please let anyone who asks know. Thank u. Stay well."

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:31 pm 
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THANKS ROMES :wink: :wink: :wink:

I'm SOOOO glad you heard SOMETHING from her!!!
my only question, and NOBODY take this the "wrong way" PLEASE......

did you believe her???

I don't know her that well....... but if I was relapsing, I surely wouldn't say so. that's all.

I hope she has not, but even if she DID, or IS< I'd still support her,,,, anyone,,,,, everyone needs
someone, when they are going thru any of this crap!!!!

thanks, again....... seriously

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Laddertipper visited other forums complaining of PAWS and depression.

I believe she is on an anti-depressant, surely she would have come back here to update her progress? it seems she was depressed the last time she came here asking for AD suggestions...I think people feel the worst of PAWS around 8 months (long term users).

I don't thiink anybody would admit here they relapsed or were back on subs..

It seems people who took subs for 5 years and over find it impossible to cope when quitting.


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