Hi all, I am very grateful to have found and joined DS, I am a recoving cocaine addict, 4 months sober from any substance. I wanted to thank all here in this group for thier caring and compassion when it comes to recovery, I go to an AA meeting every evening that is great but this group provides a little more insight, hope and inspiration to help fill the void where drugs once were in my life. It was funny when I went to rehab I battled with a form of grievance that was similar to losing a partner I was dearly in love with. I was deeply in love with cocaine, every thought and action had to do something with it. Today the desires to use have subsided almost completely, I am enjoying the sober life but still have to cope with the old me everyday, having this website and meetings to attend really completes me. I love you all!....
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