I recently had a pretty bad relapse. My garbage can had a little piece of black plasic around the rim (which had no purpose other than being there) I turned it over to dump the can into a garbage bag and I took the trash out. When I came back inside I realized that I had thrown out this little black piece of plasic. I cryed and counted (to my number seven) for a straight three hours, but I didn\'t go dig it out of the dumpster because resisting is why I can function today. But I\'m scared, this is the first time I\'ve relapsed like this, could this happen again? Is relapsing like this a common thing?
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