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This forum is filled with people who are or were suffering from anxiety, of course, What I think is lacking may be some success stories. People DO make progress with this disorder, and I believe it's important for people who are new to the problem to see that it can be dealt with. I suffered badly for a couple years before it was even diagnosed correctly, and then it took another four months for me to ask doctors for a medicinal solution. Once I did I got a lot better.
I am very very anxious because I haven't heard of many success stories, when it comes to coming off of the Sub's. Your story is actually the best I've heard. Which is a little bit scary, but at least I know that it is possible to ween off of them. Please pray for me. God will know who your praying for :) Thank you so much. Also, I was wondering how you went about weening down to nothing? For instance, right now I'm at one Sub a day. How should I start going down further the correct way?
I've been pouring over this forum and it has definitely helped. Does anyone out there have any success stories from quitting pills. I could definitely use some encouraging stories to ease my mind that this will get better,,,,and that I'll eventually be able to sleep again. Thanks!!
Your Name (first name only): Baby's Name (first and middle names only): Baby's Gender: Due Date: Birthdate: Weight: Height: Your Story: PLEASE, only mother's sharing their stories post here. The thread will get too long if everyone posts comments to the stories shared. Thanks for the suggestion!! This is a great one!!!
As soon as I cleaned up I started training hard and eating healthy. I think it important to maintain goals to stay clean, keep your eyes on a far off objective to keep you motivated. Of all my friends who attempted to get clean after I did, I'm the only one who made it past a few weeks. I don't think about the drugs so much anymore unless I'm terribly bored or hanging out with friends who still use. I have bigger fish to fry.
You know what, you should continue to post here. We don't have too many success stories and we could sure use yours.... I am proud of you. And I hope you continue on this sober road...... Congrats....
Well today is day 7 I am clean from Vicodin......I am starting to be over the wd's and i am getting a little of my natural energy drive back!! also the worst 2 things are almost over restless leg feeling at night and the insomnia. I am also getting my appetite back......which is scary because I was kind of on a vicodin diet.....I am sure most people who abused them were....I lost a lot of weight and I would like to keep the weight off now since I am no longer taking the pills.
-) Let's share a little sunshine and optimism to let newcomers know that all is not black. How do you feel better after treatment? How did your body change? How did you life change? Did you win your battle? What is your thyroid SUCCESS story?
Congratulations on a year clean! Keep it up! Things just get better.
Guv, lay off the whiskey, booze just starts to make ya feel tired and sick after awhile, trust me. Congrats to everyone, it's always great to read the success stories. Keep fighting the fight everyone, ya'll rock!!!
I used fentanyly patches and the oral stuff for 3 years Clean time 6 months and 6 days!!!! Rockin on!!
I don't have a question just wanted too let everyone know I will be one hundred days clean tomo. I of never would have thought in a million years I could have done this. Everyone that feels like giving up stick in there you will get through it. If anyone needs any support or has any questions feel free to message me.
I'm sure some people can do it online, and there are many success stories with online members. But me, personally...in the early days of my struggle, I would have found it very hard without the accountability of the meetings. Focus on making just one change this week. Follow the 8 good health guidelines for just one week. I find it very hard to be hungry when I follow them exactly. Go to the WW website every day and share your struggles.
Good for you Brad, with all of us (myself included) in here complaining and throwing pity parties all day it's great to hear some positive success stories. LOL I thing working out and excersize (see what drugs do, I can't spell any more and graduated with English honors) is great for recovery. We spend all that time high and it ruins our bodies. Keep up the good work and please keep us posted of all your successes.
Congratulations!!! Keep kickin A$$!!! Love to hear success stories like this.
It is always great to hear success stories. Isn't it amazing what happens when we start taking better care of ourselves! Keep it up and God Bless!
So everyone keep hitting me with those success stories, This site keeps me going and I pray everyday for EVERYONE on here, you are all sooooooooooooo great
Search youtube: Detox Retreat Success Stories. Results speak for themselves. I was glued to my TV for 5 hours straight watching back to back episodes of the popular UK show "Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses" only to find Austar (Australian paid TV) didn't air the final episode! Grrrr lol.
She left behind two small kids. So, get off them ASAP. I've read some good success stories from others here who tapered down their doses before quiting, to avoid a totally horrid withdrawal. This didn't work for me, but I used for 13 years, much longer than most here. Some bite the bullet and go cold turkey. Either way, get off them, period. There are non-narcotic meds out there that help you through the initial withdrawal. Get clean & see where the road takes you.
I want to exercise, but on top of everything I have a bad cold. I need those endorphins back! I just want to be a stable, happy man! Success stories would be much appreciated! I need the encouragement badly!
I have Netflix on my PS3 and mail delivery, so I'm always watching something hilarious. Rich, I think it takes success stories to create success stories. Knowing someone else did it helps you realize that its possible yourself. Also, finding a good place mentally is key. Here is a lil story for everyone. I like to read biographies of people with checkered lives. I read Nikki Sixxs' Heroin Diaries. Wow! Great read. I often wondered what it would be like to live that life and to come back.
I feel bad but everyday its a arguement and just makes me sad. I love the success stories of people recovering but my moms been getting high since 11 and there has been no success. I've also been told shooting heroin is the end all. Sorry I rambled I just needed to vent.
I love those stories. They always make me giggle! It's one of those things in life that is so not funny when it happens, but becomes hilarious down the road.
I stayed on a veritable rollercoaster of using-clean-using-clean-using (with each period of use being worse than the last and each attempt to get clean being more serious than the last) until I finally hit a 28 day rehab in late 2004. Relapsed within 36 hours and was off to the races again until I went to long-term rehab 4.5 months later, where I stayed for exactly 4 months.
Nothing easy about it. No way that I could ever forget it. Could probably scare any new person away from "clean" if I relayed enough stories, though......
It's so nice to hear success stories. You're right, you still have a lot of fighting to do, but you are on the right track! It's time for me to do aftercare as well. Thanks for sharing.
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