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- May 21, 2017 at 4:23 pm#42918AnonymousInactive
It has been 1 week almost to the minute that I took my last dose of oxycodone. the first 4 days were hard but so worth it. Time always goes by.
I feel 100% better than I did a week ago it is amazing the difference in just a week. I stay really buzy with work and volunteer work at the Animal Shelter walking dogs for exercise for them and me it’s mutally beneficial, and also yard work at home. Anyway I have been reading this site for a few weeks and if you have posted thank you because I probably have read your post if it had to do with addiction. Because I am an addict in every sense of the word. I am not ashamed of that. I try to be a good person to everybody I come in contact with, I just can’t take drugs, or I become a not so nice person because the drugs become my higher power and I think about them every waking moment.
I had no idea how badly addicted I was until I was already knee deep in the addiction. But I knew from being in AA for the last 11 years that I had to tell everybody and totally cut off all access to oxycodone because if I left one stone unturned, my brain would think constantly about getting some drugs to stop feeling so sick. Your brain is so powerful towards the addiction. Failedtaper I remember you saying it was like you were two people and one didn’t care that the other would suffer later after you pop tomorrows supply. I totally relate as I would run through my 30 day script in 10 days and would kick myself everytime. I don’t ever have to do that to myself again if I don’t take the first one.
Thank You All:thanks:tyou
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