Booba hi honey I am so inspired by your c/t this week. I am so happy you are able to get to work! I am afraid that I can't do that that I'll be too sick and that if I don't wean quickly I'll 'get back on the train' I need to get rid of my rather huge stash and am not doing it yet thinking of you this season with your brother missing and your heartache with that -sasha
Sorry you are back where we both began. I remember yu well when we were both struggling to come off. Just want you know that I am thinking of you. We did it before and we can do it again !
I have relapsed a few times since then. I am so ashamed and angry with myself. It was the fatigue and 'shut down' kind of depression that got me.
Been taking a lot over last month. Going to fast taper in 1 week and go C/T. It hurts, but it is the only way I can do this.
Kind regards and may my note support you in your efferts to come off.
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