We started this topic in a few other subgroups of addiction forums and I think it would be great to start in the Addiction forum too. When anyone is coming off of their addictions, it can be like rediscovering yourself for the first time. So when are you discovering that you are your best?
I will likely never leave. I love this place and all the people in it. I just had a bad episode, I am on some new medicine now and am doing a little better :- ) I am like the flu. Very hard to get rid of. I have been writing and reading and playing. Basically having a good time. I have an appt. Friday and Monday but after that I am coming back. Miss everyone. Hope everyone is doing well..... Mr Bipolar..., lol
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