One of the hardest things I have with recovery is I always seem to forget how bad I felt when I was ready to quit. Time and time again, I continue to say "enough is enough, today I will not gamble" only to go a short time GF, then the urge is back. I'm sure many of you have gone through this, I was wondering if anyone had any interesting thoughts or helpfull advice on how to keep the feeling of wanting to quit active in my daily thoughts. I really do not want to hit rock bottom, I have been there before, at least I think I was, and I don't want to go back there. Thank you all, your input is appreciated.
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