"I'm not going to lie the first few months were pretty tough- after the detox which for me lasted about one week, I struggled with insomnia, depression, a little anxiety, but all those things finally passed- then I was left with the under..."
"Thank you everyone- its quite an accomplishment for me, really, but more importantly, I f I can do it, so can anyone. I wish you all the best in your sobriety:) If anyone is need of support, i am always here, lurking:) <3!"
Hmm - not sure if my note went through - I had said I have Crohn's Disease along with Crohn's related arthritic complications - I only started the Humira last week, but haven't felt this good in a really long time, so maybe the Humira is going to be my "magic" bullet!!!
Hope you are having a good day!!!
You deserve a big bear hug!
Congratulations, my dear! Big accomplishment - I'm so proud of you!
I'm doing fairly well - seems the Humira I started last week is so far doing the trick (keeping my fingers and eyes crossed - lol) - keep up the GREAT work!!!
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