11 Days! That is awesome! I wonder if I will ever be able to do it but people just like you are giving me hope. Take care of yourself & try to concentrate on your goal and taking care of your body. I think that working out is a great way to help your body adjust & give you the much-needed natural feel-good chemicals that your brain produces when you exercise. Be kind to yourself as you would be to your greatest friend or loved one. Allow yourself to cry if you need to. You are healing emotionally right along with your physical healing. Concentrating on nutrition can also help with the uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. Be the change you wish to see in the world!
Congratulations! I read your post - Great job on 8 days! The emotions can get overwhelming, in large part from being supressed for so long, but they do level out as you heal. Best of luck to you!
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