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- June 1, 2017 at 12:16 am#43034AnonymousInactive
While I was cleaning today in my apartment, I found a letter I wrote to myself two weeks in sobriety after my final relapse.
I wrote this note to myself because I was so sleep deprived and anxious about the next day at work, and I read it the next morning and it helped alot.
For those of you 2 weeks or so I hope this helps. It was just my mindset at the time…
“It’s been two weeks. I’ve been here before. But this time I’ve got it.
Quit dwelling on your f*ckups, everyone has their vices. I’m not even close to where I want to be but this time feels… different.
I wake up in the morning and worry about the day without my “crutch”. But I’m getting used to it.
I’ve gotten here too many times before but I don’t think I’ve ever felt so motivated. Life will be more content in a couple of months, I just feel it. Every day will get better. I’m more content and more aware this time.
The money, bridges burned with true friends, and times I’ve lost because I was high are not worth it.
It’s been two weeks and I know I’ll be fine.”
Fast forward 6 months and my predictions were right.
Good luck all,
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