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3 months off opiates

There's hope at 3 months!!! I'm sure I'll be saying 6 months is a lot better than 3. Anyone on those first couple weeks, I KNOW trust me ride it out. Getting passed physical w/d shows you it wasn't as bad as your head made it seem! The real struggle is living life without them. That's the key anyways just a little input.
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Congrats LorneGreensEnemy!! 3 months is Fantastic! You sound Good.. Happy for you! lesa
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I KNOW THAT FEELING!!! it is so freeing, that 3 month milestone. Stay tuned, in another 3 you will get back things that you forgot you even had. Old interests pop back in. Keep it up, so proud of you!
hugs,
Lily
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Thank you for your responses, means a lot! I actually drank beer last night for kind of  a celebration not going to lie. Literally 4 beers had me wanting to go home.
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Drinking causes us to loose our resolve. Lowering our inhibitions many have relapsed behind a few drinks. Even if you did want to go home 4 beers is going to give you a nice buzz. Just a word of warning from someone that has been down that road. It is so easy to trade addictions.. Why even chance it LorneGreensEnemy.. I do wish you well. lesa
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Well I'm 6"4 220 and it was 1 an hour basically 7-11. But I did get a buzz  none the less. That was four days ago now back to ordinary me. But I can see it's risky, judgment would be off. Might relapse but I actually drank with the people help me get off opiates so surround yourself with good people
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