How are you doing today...work does take the mind off things and it is exhausting...feels good to come home and relax (LOL not w/ all the kiddies around). I was thinking about what some of you said how you look at people and wonder how they live life clean/no drugs. I was at my daughters bb game and I could actually relate to that...no drugs in my system and I was actually functioning again! I think George said you start finding pieces of your life returning...that is so true! How are things going for you? Still bad pain? I'm sure you're going to find your old self again!
yes still bad pain, thats the "catch-22" in my situation. i love going to work and getting out. however, it puts strain o my adhesions and scar tissue creating alot of pain. i'm taking it one day at a time. i need to retrain my brain to know the difference between "real pain" and the pain my mind creates so it can get more pills. its a rough hard road, but one i have to walk if i ever want my life back
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