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BWS 2 by William Bondlepeck - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 10:04:08 EST ID:9UI2BRSD No.28884 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The last thread isn't bumping since it's beyond the post limit. So, time for a new thread.

How long have you been sober and what reasons do you have for quitting drug(s). For those who are completely sober from said drug or drugs, how has your life changed?

As for me, I've been on suboxone for a few days now. My outlook on life is becoming positive compared to when I was popping pills. I'm still smoking weed and that's the extent of my current drug use. Everyday gets easier and easier. I hope for the best and will put the time and the effort in to better myself as a person.
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Wesley Blollyhood - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 08:49:23 EST ID:4m5DY39V No.28933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's been 23 days now. Can't wait for this week to go by so I can taper from 4mg to 2mg. As time goes on I keep getting closer and closer to becoming sober. Everything in my life is improving because I'm putting in the work to better myself. I am proud of myself and so is my family. They are so happy for me and it feels good to know that you're work and efforts are getting noticed and paying off. Hell yeah!
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Matilda Wunderstick - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 10:42:59 EST ID:4m5DY39V No.28942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's been 25 days, almost a month now. My meditation sessions have been better than ever and it's helping me immensely. I feel so grounded and in control of my whole life. I will keep going down the path I started on over a year ago. All the hard effort and work I'm willing to put in to become happy and successful will be worth it. I will keep growing as a person, being the best of a person that I can be.
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Polly Gibbletidging - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 08:37:06 EST ID:y8wkou78 No.28961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's been 27 days now. On Monday I will taper from 4mg to 2mg as it will be exactly a month since I got on suboxone. Then, I'll stay on 2mg for another month and then after that come completely off. I can't wait for that day to come. I'm gunning for it.

I saw an old friend of mine yesterday who I haven't talked to in a couple years. He's doing really good for himself which I am proud of him for. He really has his shit together now. It felt really good seeing him again and made me really happy. I'm going to keep in touch with him and see if he wants to hang out and do stuff whenever he has the time. To be honest, everything he was telling me in terms of school and his life in general; he really inspires me and motivates me even more to change as a person and forever grow to be the best of a person that I can be. This old friend of mine might see me as that weak person that I use to be. But, he's in for a surprise when he sees that I'm a changed person.
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spoot - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 19:18:10 EST ID:NHQihj2w No.28962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm coming up on 14 months without a drink and it's been a year since smoking reefer.

My last drink was the night I crashed into a tree on the way home from a bar. I know the community here isn't too religious but it was definitely a come to God moment for me. I was arrested for the fourth time (at the age of 23) and decided it was time to not try to stop drinking but actually do it. My family's the big driving factor for me; I was disgusted by how often I put them through worry and sadness over my drinking. I was also sick and tired of being sick and tired. The DTs sucked noodles but since then it's been the best year of my life, hands down.

Keep it up, faggots. It truly does get easier with time and your perception of reality will change for the better after you've given your brain some much needed rest. If I can do it, you can too.
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Phoebe Lightcocke - Sat, 25 Feb 2017 04:35:06 EST ID:y8wkou78 No.28965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28962
Damn, good for you dude. 14 months is huge. Keep going!


This shit don't make no fucking sense by Augustus Dullygold - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 15:04:36 EST ID:bPqtuACa No.28920 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I've been trying to clear my pee of THC. I tested myself on Wednesday and Friday of last week, and the results were negative for THC. I tested myself on Monday of this week, and again, I tested negative. Then, I tested myself on Wednesday this week and I came up positive for THC. I tested myself today, and once again I was positive for THC. I have not smoked at all, or even been around weed smoke between Monday and Wednesday this week, but somehow I ended up testing positive TWICE. HOW THE FUCK IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE? I need to be positive by Monday or I will be fucked. WHAT DO I DO? WHAT IS HAPPENING?
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Sidney Lightworth - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 20:22:03 EST ID:iFvV96kl No.28929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I quit cold turkey for about four months, then smoked for a week. Then I abstained from weed for 49 days and had a drug test.

Like an idiot I celebrated by smoking about .3 grams that very night. A week later they called me to come in for a retest due to low creatinine levels of my sample. Now that I'm going for the retest I've been completely without weed for 12 days. Tried at home test kits at 50ng/ml cutoff. Negative on the first voids of days 8 and 10.

Should I worry?
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Eugene Smallwill - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:55:46 EST ID:WFDve2C3 No.28936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28929
Probably. If you can get yourself some fake pee. If your not a fat ass though you can probably swing it without fake pee
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Wesley Navingbanks - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 16:30:16 EST ID:Q432+iac No.28940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28920
UPDATE: Monday's drug test was negative, albeit highly diluted. My pee was crystal clear. I drank over a gallon of water before the urine test.
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Angus Denkinman - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 19:19:02 EST ID:UT/EhF4/ No.28963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28940
Proud of you son.
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Hamilton Blackwell - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 19:25:48 EST ID:NHQihj2w No.28964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28940
If this is for probation, ask for a lab test that shows levels of THC (if they don't already). That way, if you do piss positive, you'll be able to show that THC levels are at least going down, proving you haven't used.


average lifespan for addict person by Walter Buzzfield - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 13:49:59 EST ID:eJsronbx No.28902 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I'm just wandering for some realistic statistics on drug addicts life expectancy. Different sorts of drugs and severety of addictions are interesting.
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Wesley Puffingforth - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 00:50:07 EST ID:iOzCV8Wh No.28903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if you're a woman and you abuse drugs you'll die way earlier than a male drug addict

being addicted to smoking is one of the worst, even if you quit you can get COPD years down the road even after 10 or 20+ years clean of cigarettes
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Hedda Wozzlekin - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 07:25:16 EST ID:4Pn5C6CL No.28910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28903

Some people want to die.

“The public health authorities never mention the main reason many Americans have for smoking heavily, which is that smoking is a fairly sure, fairly honorable form of suicide.”

>being addicted to smoking is one of the worst, even if you quit you can get COPD years down the road even after 10 or 20+ years clean of cigarettes

My Grandma has been a life long smoker, 40+ years, she just recently quit, cold turkey, but now she has COPD and is gonna die soon. Also her second hand smoke probably killed my Grandpa. He smoked cigars but very rarely.

Not sure my point, but why do you think people abuse any drug? They hate feeling human and why choose to feel human when there are so many ways not to?
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Hedda Wozzlekin - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 07:29:55 EST ID:4Pn5C6CL No.28911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>28910

My bad forgot the rest of my post as I was cross-posting. Great quote by Kurt Vonnegut:

“Here's the news: I am going to sue the Brown & Williamson Tobacco Company, manufacturers of Pall Mall cigarettes, for a billion bucks! Starting when I was only twelve years old, I have never chain-smoked anything but unfiltered Pall Malls. And for many years now, right on the package, Brown & Williamson have promised to kill me.

But I am eighty-two. Thanks a lot, you dirty rats. The last thing I ever wanted was to be alive when the three most powerful people on the whole planet would be named Bush, Dick and Colon.”
-- Kurt Vonnegut, A Man Without a Country
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Eliza Wemblecocke - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 18:32:26 EST ID:k5iQMwwM No.28941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've known a lot of people who have died in their 20's from heroin overdoses.
IV drug use can bring on all kinds of other complications.
Heavy drinking is also pretty bad. Meth is just awful in general.
All the old people that I know who smoke pot seem to be pretty happy, though some have COPD.


I need help. by Hedda Wozzlekin - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 06:55:56 EST ID:4Pn5C6CL No.28908 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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But I don't know where to turn, or who to ask. I was reently informed my therapist "could no longer see me" because my health insurance (lol) does not cover it,

Anyway, I've tried weaning myself off the Benzos using a multi-vitamin every moring as well as Nascent Iodine.

I can go a few days without using, but eventually I'm pulled back in. And I may get shir for ordering pellets, but this is /detox/. I did order powder before but had no scale so I blacked out for literally 2 weeks with small period of lucidity.

I counted the bottles (not all of which are empty), that's 17*$90 which is $1,530, plus there's a few bottles not pictured which I tossed, but I wanted to keep a record of what I was talking and how much, and how much it cost me.

I don't have $1530 to fuck around with especially when my job is utter shit, I have a girl I want to marry (she doesn't know of my addiction, if she sees me taking them, I lie and say they are vitamins).

I also struggle with drinking, and obviously alcohol and benzos don't go well together. I have gotten a better hold on the drinking, so that's almost a none issue.

But still, I know I fucked up. I just once wanted to try Etizolam, and then was hooked, so I tried every other RC Benzo out there (since I do suffer from Social and Generalized Anxiety as well as Paranoid Personality Disorder). But my doctors wont prescribe me anything but SSRIs (hell no) or Gabapentin (okay, but my insurance won't pay, so if I were to go that route, it'd cost me 200+ dollars for a drug that *barely* works for anxiety).

I want to tell my gf and my parents about my addiction and go to a rehab clinic but the only one in my area is ghetto as hell (went there for a few AA meetings), it's literally a house full of addicts (not judging) who trash the place, treat each other like shit, etc.
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Walter Pugglenid - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 22:26:03 EST ID:4Pn5C6CL No.28916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>28912

I have told my parents, but they don't understand. I know Benzo WD can kill, which is why I keep using. If I were to stop cold turkey I'd be fucked.

My parents just say "Just stop ordering them" like it's nothing.

I don't think my gf would understand either.

I'm not trying to make excuses, even if it sounds like I am. I could check myself into the ER, but then I'm guessing after the initial WDs I'd be sent to the psych ward. I've been there before and they don't even try to help. They make you make stupid collages and go to "group therapy" but most of the people in there tried slitting their wrists or ODing on Cough Syrup or Aspirin.

I don't know what to do. I mean, if I had the money I'd actually go to a real clinic that treats this sort of thing, but I don't. I live on SSD/I, so any clinic that actually deals with serious drug abuse is basically out of the question, and out of state.

Welp.
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Phoebe Broshgold - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 08:15:11 EST ID:n0YgNIoY No.28918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28916
That's all your parents said? Wow what a bunch of pricks. Looks like your folks could give two shits either way. Maybe your girl would be more caring and thoughtful? Just talk to her and give it a try and see how she reacts. Hopefully if she truly does love you she'll help you the best that she can. I'm on SSI too. I know the struggle of being mentally ill. Many people are ignorant towards it. But, I'd like to see them get diagnosed with schizophrenia like me and see if they still don't give a fuck then. Ignorance is bliss.
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Nell Droddledock - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 10:11:44 EST ID:36kJ6X7y No.28922 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>28918


Well they are pricks to me in more way that one. Haven't treated me nice since I moved out at a young age (while it was a mistake at the time, I wanted out, because I couldn't handle living there), Since then it's been me moving from apt to apt, luckily I got one cheap Section 8 housing (no I'm not proud) but it's all I can afford.

I doubt my gf would understand. despite what she tells me otherwise. "You can tell me anything" "I love you and will never leave you" etc.

But when I told her I sometimes have suicidial ideations, she got all freaked out, a nd like "backed away" (yeah real helpful), so I said, it only happened once, and it was because I had a bad nightmare and flashback of my childhood.

She'd be just as ignorant as my family is. I know it. And especially since her family is a bunch of assholes, while she's more understanding and caring. She's like a diamond in the rough, but even diamonds aren't perfect.

I agree with you. And I didn't mean to "badmouth" Mental Health Wards, I mainly just meant, I'm never going back to one, and I promised myself that the last time I was released. Literally the worst experiences of my life.

So idk if going to the ER is an option or not.

It's like they don't give a fuck if one more person ends up in a body bag, it's not "their job".
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Eugene Smallwill - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:59:01 EST ID:WFDve2C3 No.28937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28908
How are those fluzor pellets i have a few sample pellets but i'm scared as fuck to try them lol. I've taken <200ug of clonazolam and lots of etizolam but that flubro scares me for some reason
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Ernest Criddlecocke - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 09:28:46 EST ID:4m5DY39V No.28939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28922
A few years ago I was put in a hospital for my drug addiction and the fact that I had a nervous breakdown. I was ready to just "let go" and say fuck this. Glad I didn't or I don't know where'd I be. But, Shepard Pratt was the worst experience of my life. It didn't even help me to put me somewhere isolated from the outside world for a few days. I got nothing out of it besides being put on more medication. I promised myself I'd never go back. It's been five years and I feel better than ever. In the end I helped myself get to where I am. IMO psychology is bullshit. It doesn't work. I've been down this road many times in the past 11 years and I never got anything out of it and I did try. Just didn't work for me.

If you can help yourself in any way then do it.

As for your girl; if she isn't understanding about the situation you're in then she's not even worth keeping around. She's worthless.


Court-ordered Rehab by Nathaniel Borrytig - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 18:45:22 EST ID:4gyE4GE1 No.28913 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, long story short, I have to "voluntarily" go to through a lame rehab program in lieu of jail time because I overdosed on psychedelic amphetamines and got caught with them (stupid, I know - heroic does of DOI.)

So far it's basically just kindergarten style group sharing with a bunch of God-loving fundamentalists who tell me to accept Jesus and put God into my life and everything will be OK. Pretty fucking lame for something that's supposed to be a "safe space" for all religious beliefs (I'm agnostic and don't particularly care about religion. I don't care for bible thumping, however).

Even my therapist asked me how I felt my rehab was important in a "spiritual context."

How do I avoid killing myself dealing with all these religious nuts and completing my six months of bullshit? It sure beats jail time. Oh, and I'm randomly tested (urine and blood). So far the therapists have no chill.

I'm not denying that I couldn't use help, after all, I'm doing stupid things like heroic dosing on DOI. However, taking away the burnt offering of cannabis alongside it has really ticked me off. How do I enjoy being sober again? Everything just seems boring or like work.

I guess mostly I just wanted a "safe space" to vent - and feel like this place is safer than the groups I participate in because of the omnipresent fundie Christian mafia.
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Edwin Billingstone - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 19:17:34 EST ID:4gyE4GE1 No.28914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's more to the story in subtle omissions but they're there to preserve anonymity. Paranoia? Probably.
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Polly Marringbick - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 22:58:05 EST ID:oY7B3aL6 No.28932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28913
>How do I avoid killing myself dealing with all these religious nuts and completing my six months of bullshit?
Suicide is always an option. Consider the fact that you're contemplating suicide because you refuse to handle being sober for 6 months.

It has nothing to do with the religious nuts - when there's traffic on the road it only pisses you off when you're trying to get somewhere faster. Basically you're seeing them as the obstacle when its really a symptom of your issue.

Best you can do is relax for the time being.
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Charles Gankinham - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 10:01:37 EST ID:/aLe2+k8 No.28934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28932
This.

Ive been there, done that. In the big picture a six month break isn't the biggest of all deals, hell I was sober for 14 years before I started, and since then have had varying amounts of sober time/time away from heroin. Currently on 2 years without dope. So take the break, don't drink the Koolaid, but take the break and really dig into what is motivating you so strongly to escape from reality, as that was my problem. I wasn't just a dope fiend, coke head, etc. I just liked drugs as they got me out of myself. Its a lot of work to learn to like yourself, but that's what has to happen to relieve yourself from this never ending drive to oblivion.

Oblivion isn't sustainable.
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Eugene Smallwill - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:52:05 EST ID:WFDve2C3 No.28935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28913
I did court ordered treatment too op, i was in what they called intensive outpatient, had to go to two hour groups 3 times a week, and go to 1 aa/na/ga meeting a week.
It sucked, i did 5 out of the 6 months and then i got kicked out because i said i didn't think i was an addict and would probably have a beer and a smoke every now and then when i was done with all that bs.
After that i had a warrant for my arrest for awhile, then finished up my last bit of jail time and left that shit behind for the rest of my life. During that time in my life, over 5 men had the pleasure of watching me take a piss.
Idk what my point in any of this is. Treatment sucks if you don't want to be there, it beats jail though. Its not hard to not do drugs honestly. Switch to cigarettes and coffee like 99% of everyone else in treatment does


Detox from smoking by Hamilton Fambleridge - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 13:41:17 EST ID:d2c8+NBe No.28883 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm 150 lbs I have smoked about a 1/2 of cannabis in the past 3 months and an 1/8 last week, looking for a job and want to pass a urine test. What should I do?
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Cyril Pipperwodge - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 21:54:52 EST ID:Xv5UOcOV No.28890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jobs where you need to drive regularly have DOT required piss tests, get a job where you don't need to drive. Be a cook in a restaurant kitchen, or even start as a dishwasher and do prep cooking, those guys are allowed to smoke. Or be a Grad student, work in a bookstore. Hell, I even work in an office programming software and can smoke, but couldn't smoke as a nurse or as a firefighter. It's safer to be stoned behind a desk anyways.

Rule of thumb for heavy users, cold turkey for 30 days to pass a piss test.
Light users, a weekend and many gallons of water.
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Edwin Socklehood - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 16:55:30 EST ID:qkneRXan No.28926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28890
cold turkey for 30 days to pass a piss test.

Make that 90 days for urine and shave your hair for a follicle test


Drug testing job by Phoebe Snodfoot - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 05:24:49 EST ID:fNOVwQXI No.28921 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anybody ever tried this? Are they all scams?


How long until my mind clears up? by Betsy Turveyman - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 03:30:29 EST ID:Ep/9NLV9 No.28831 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Back story: Been smoking for 12 years, mostly daily with a few short breaks. Started at 16, now 28. Quit at new years (not a resolution, planned it months beforehand) and not going to smoke at all for three months at least. Last smoke was NYE and I smoked about 15-20g total in december.

I have no problem at all with staying off weed as planned but I still feel like my mind is kind of dull and I don't have any energy or motivation/dedication in life. Does this get better? I've been entirely clean for 20 days now, haven't had alcohol more than two times. I eat clean and work out three times a week. But still I just sit at home bored browsing the web, unmotivated to do anything. Might have been naive of me to think that I'd get full of motivation and energy from just not smoking weed but I still hoped for it to get a bit better.
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Lillian Conninglodge - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 13:48:21 EST ID:Nw1d/+96 No.28863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28859
Well, i had a pretty debilitating depression, I'd have thoughts I couldn't shake all day. In the first 60 or so days of Wellbutrin I noticed mild effects, and weight loss. Three months or so in tho, I got very positive and euphoric for a week, that settled into where I am now. I can push those thoughts aside now, and I feel more motivated. It's subtle, but so is depression, before it started really working a lot of things my therapist and ppl were saying sounded easy but were impossible like 'don't best yourself up'. Once it kicked in all of those things became do able. It's weird until it worked I couldn't process the help I was givin. After my life has just improved steadily for almost two years now.

It also makes it easy to decide when I've had enough. I've been able to quit smoking, booze, fast food, meat, and a ton of other stuff. It improved my will power. I still blaze medically, but now I can control it. I can have two ounces and just smoke what I need. Before I'd smoke whatever I had in days. Same with spending.

For me it's helped a lot. I had to stick with it though. I really wondered why I bothered at first. But I'm glad I did.
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Lillian Conninglodge - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 14:19:01 EST ID:Nw1d/+96 No.28864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28863
I meant 'don't beat yourself up'
Nb
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Fanny Clessledare - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 04:42:03 EST ID:Ep/9NLV9 No.28868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28863
Makes sense that you managed to quit everything as it's also used as an aid to quit smoking. What are some things more specifically that you found easier to do? Everyday stuff?

To clarify a bit I don't have any issues quitting weed, other drugs, drinking, caffeine, or other bad habits. And I have no anxiety issues and no depression. But it's just like there's a hole in my life where weed used to be and I find myself unable to immerse myself in anything.

The best thing about weed was the sudden fascination with stuff and being motivated and interested in doing things and feeling good about them. Didn't really work with weed either as I got tired of whatever I did in like 10 minutes though and anything physical I'd just not do, and many things just got to the planning stage. But it was really like night and day motivation-wise, I'd get stoned and suddenly got all these ideas for how I'm going to do hobby projects and learn stuff. If I could get that feeling but while sober my life would be great because I would actually do them.
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Angus Crerrysone - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 12:53:08 EST ID:Nw1d/+96 No.28870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28868
Motivation in general. From getting out of bed, to starting tasks. It lights a fire under your ass. Combined with sativa you're a whirlwind. It just made me want to live, it's hard to explain. It won't let me settle very easily. I know this sounds vague, but it's just like my procrastination was greatly reduced.
It doesn't feel like I'm high or anything, but I don't feel depleted anymore either,
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Nathaniel Sinderkeck - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 01:33:02 EST ID:/O9NOsjz No.28917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28859

My experience with it was less positive. I got on 150 mg and was fine for a couple weeks (severely depressed, but nothing worse than before). They raised my dose to 300 mg, I had terrible side effects (worsening depression, suicidal thoughts) and went back down. Even on 150 mg, which I took for 9 months, my muscles were constantly tense, I would be nauseated after every meal and probably still throwing up about 3 times a week. Mood seems to have actually improved since I stopped. It had a very mild withdrawal that was mostly made up by fatigue for about 1-2 weeks. I wish I had just stopped earlier. SSRIs were even worse though.

Wellbutrin isn't particularly dopaminergic even though it is an NDRI, by the way.


HPPD (cross post from /psy/) by Phineas Biblinghall - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 11:36:16 EST ID:eiO5M3eG No.28822 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do you guys deal with it? I'm talking about that feeling of still being partly in hyperspace, occassionally debilitating depersonalization and extreme anxiety about shit that I didn't get anxious about before. I feel like I'm always on the verge of ego death and it's very difficult to be around people for long periods of time. I've been tripping for quite awhile but recently increased the frequency to once a week for about 2 months. I was breaking through for each one of these trips. The last trip was particularly shattering (although the lowest dose, go figure), and left me with little control over my mind, although I feel like the frequency that I was tripping contributed to the breakdown, the trip was trying to lock me out of hyperspace but I forced it and broke through anyway, that was a mistake.

Anyway I like to play guitar, meditate a lot and go out in nature but it's cold as a bitch outside so I wonder if there's anything else I can do? I've quit all drugs including caffeine and I don't smoke
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Jack Hattingfoot - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 04:26:46 EST ID:5+Wy/d8w No.28897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28869
I've got some Valerian root supplements that have been absolutely amazing for helping with my sleep and I've been feeling pretty incredible the past couple days
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Mushroom-Madness - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 15:45:21 EST ID:RFgYlv9B No.28898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28897
Be careful with using Valerian root to sleep especially multiple days in a row. I have had incredibly vivid night terrors from taking valerian roots. I have also read other people experiencing the same thing.
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Sidney Goodbury - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 02:44:51 EST ID:5+Wy/d8w No.28900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28898
ive been taking it a few days ... been having pretty vivid dreams recently. i think ill back off. I took some tonight. the first day i used it i slept sound but now my dreams are very vivid.

Thank you for bringing this to my attention
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Sidney Goodbury - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 02:48:59 EST ID:5+Wy/d8w No.28901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28898
sorry for double post but I also take 6mg of melatonin every night to get to sleep. I need to get my sleep schedule on track naturally ...

Thank you though.
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Edwin Billingstone - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 19:41:38 EST ID:4gyE4GE1 No.28915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have an embarrassing psychiatric diagnosis that I'm 99% sure is really HPPD, but when I explained HPPD to my psychiatrist they just shrugged it off and said my mental illness led to the drug use and not vice versa. Psychedelics don't cause autism that's for sure, I've just got bad docs.

I recommend doing a lot of mathematics, like logical and lexical mathematics. It seems to ground consciousness in my case.


Failing 5-panel test after by Phyllis Blennershit - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 11:15:11 EST ID:zGoQrY4D No.28905 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /detox/,


stopping opiates by Jarvis Biddlewater - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 15:33:50 EST ID:0GXrekh1 No.28837 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's gotten really hard for me to go a workday without doing opiates (actually i really only do heroin now)
The day drags on and I get tired/stressed and it's so easy to get. This was supposed to be a controlled thing, but it's really just all I want to do every day.
I realized earlier that ever since I started with pills I stopped being able to save money, and since I started H I've actually been running out of cash days before payday.
I'm not going to do them anymore. That's what I said last Saturday, before my friend gave me some dope he owed me on Monday. He's the one who offered me pills for the first time and then got me on H lol. It's good for him because he's an addict and steals from me when I give him money. He owes me $40 right now, will probably try to give it back in dope. I'm just going to let him keep it.
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David Bocklebanks - Sun, 22 Jan 2017 01:05:30 EST ID:0GXrekh1 No.28848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28843
There aren't any other drugs I could take. I hate alcohol and benzos, weed gives me anxiety and paranoia if I'm not at home. I could do Adderall but it's too expensive and I don't really enjoy it.

All of the other guys at work do meth. I tried it once and hated it.
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Fanny Ginkindine - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 14:39:18 EST ID:MtMEhhW6 No.28865 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here just updating.
This shit is a lot easier than I was working it up to be in my head. I feel a little under the weather, but I'm so thankful I didn't do H long enough to have serious WDs.

I just like opiates too much to use them with any moderation. The first time I tried Oxy something clicked and I knew it was going to be a problem. They make you feel like everything is fulfilled. You'll never get anywhere in your life if all you aspire to do is get money, get high and repeat.
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Basil Pittfuck - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 18:52:47 EST ID:jnjR0REE No.28866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For me opiates covers everything I need in a drug thats why their so addicting. Like you I started from pills to H and would sometimes do it daily for a week or 2 then stop to let my body adjust back so I don't get serious WDs. I know you said weed, benzos, booze isn't your thing and stimulants in general are expensive especially when done daily. Its best for you to stay away from drugs in general if you can't keep them in moderation. Get into exercise and smoking weed with friends in a safe paranoia free environment.
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Mushroom-Madness - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 04:40:12 EST ID:cxyckTsb No.28894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28848
Sounds to me like you need some kratom
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Ian Blackford - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 10:14:01 EST ID:YrvNogof No.28895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
any updates OP?


Help by Hannah Menkinfuck - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 12:19:54 EST ID:tjbX8ywf No.28892 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm heavily addicted to 420chan
How do i stop?
help
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James Pannerstock - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 12:35:28 EST ID:YrvNogof No.28893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28892
lurk moar


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