Hey Quinn.... Howsit going? One of my friends..... a fellow addict who celebrated a year clean, just relapsed. I'm kinda bummed out about it but I don't know what to say..... I brushed it off cause part of recovery is relapse (unfortunately) but at the same time.... I wanna kick his butt for staying clean for a year and now.... Well I'm just hoping and praying every day for the strength to keep going..... not gonna use again....
Your welcome on the response. Just remember the "expectation "thing. Leave it alone. All it does is make time move slower and cause un-needed frustration. Maybe pick up some Valerian Root and some Melatonin from the pharmacy. They both have calming properties which are suppose to help with sleep..In the vitamin section. Turkey is also a good source for Melatonin..Sandwiches and soups were my mainstay for food the first couple of weeks..Chicken and turkey sandwiches especially..:)
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