i am back yall...detoxing as we speak....off these damn pills............before some says it dont belong here sure it does i am a member here and i also have a problem with alcoholism...i dont want your pity...i am just telling part of my story...........i was doing so well then bam quit going to meetings and did not work my steps i only had thirty days....but those were my 3o days...so here i am starthing over and let me tell you ones that are still struggling that you have to take that step and keep working or you will be back to square one//i also have to say i am back on naltrexone that my dr took me off of...i told him not a good idea this early in the game...he did not agree...so i relasped...i went back to him told him hey i need the naltroxene...that is one of the things i have for now...i know a crutch for some but this is my life and recovery.....so to you struggling recovery is not damn east,,,just dont give up...there is a miracle waiting to happen!!!!!!!!!!now for me time to get back to my meetings and work those damn steps...i have so much quilt and shame but i am gods child and i must not exclude him again!!!
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