I'm 148 days clean,I've been through the ringer getting to this point i am a recovering addict from suboxone i snorted it several times a day i felt that it gave me a uphoric feeling and helped me keep up with my family and job i have no desire to spend my life relying on drugs again and I am proud of my accomplished sobriety but it seems to have changed me and not in the way it does most people i am mean almost all the time to the peolpe i care about the most and i cant seem to get caught up on anything keep my house clean, cook ,my sons school work,pay bills on time,or get ready for anything on time i feel like im in a haze or a bubble that just wont let me be my old self and my boyfriend is totally anti-drugs and he says you never want to do anything fun anymore your always tired and i notice it too.Is it possible I was always like this and never noticed and what do you do when people who hate drugs wished you still used because maybe i really was a better person how do i get back to he real person i was not what i am now a shell of what the drugs left behind
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