Just a quick note to say hi! Hey, I want to thank you for your reply as it so reminds me of myself. I too had all the other preliminary addictions quit them all and then over did it on my new addiction of "home improvement" this led to me messing up my back and then I got slowly hooked on pain killers. I used to think that they gave me 'energy" and that I was fooling all my A.A. friends because I was able to get pain killers and they could not because they were too obvious of drug users and I always kept my addictions private and looked very normal and kept up appearances. Now I have three days and although I have kicked these twice before, I too feel that I was not full of energy but numb, disconnected and scattered. Thank you again for all your awesome words and God Bless
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