I'm so proud and happy for you! You have been such a bright light through this dark road and I can't thank you enough for every kind, encouraging word you have said to me! Congratulations on 60 days!! I can't wait for 30 let alone 60!! Woo hoo! You're an inspiration!
Hey girl, Congratulations on 60 days clean, im so proud of you !!!
You are such a breath of fresh air on the forum, your kind, considerate, compassionate and gentle with new people...
I just love everything about you !!
Im very lucky to have you as a friend xoxo
Congratulations, and yes you have been very inspiring to me especially through my first week. It's still a roller coaster at 16 days, but I keep putting one foot in front of the other. Thank you so much for every kind word you have said to me. It's nice to hear things from people who have been through exactly what your going through. Thank you....... Tina your next milestone will be 90 days wow that's awesome!!!!!!!
Woohoo & Congratulations on 60 days! Keep moving forward one day at a time.
Hey there, CricketK92!
60 Days! That's Amazing!
Last night, I was reading some very disturbing info, about the statistics of successful, lasting recoveries of opiate addicts. Let me just say, it was less-than encouraging. It did seem though, that those that entered into a recovery program, i.e. inpatient or outpatient services, plus sober living or some other kind of after-care, had a much better chance of making it, than those who did not. So, you are right to indignantly attempt to jam that idea into any opiate addicts brain.(I'm sure you've been very dignified. Sorry!) In some, if not many cases, it seems that whether or not someone chooses to become involved in a support program, could be a life or death decision...literally! Well, I'll get off my soap box.(I've had 2, too many cups of joe, this morning!) Sending thoughts of Strength and Love to you!
AWESOME JOB CRICKET! You've been a big help to me and many others. What a wonderful person you are. Congratulations and Thank You......ike
congratulations, Cricket! you are such a positive new force on this forum!
Congragulations to you and your 60 days! This if fantastic and I'm glad to see your working a form of aftercare! Taking it one day at a time and before you know it....you have some "time"!!!!! Keep on pushing forward.....like a knight!
Hey congrats on 60 days hope you picked up a chip to this day I still celebrate every new month clean with a pound of shrimp threat yourself to something special...........Gnarly
damn.... a lb of shrimp sounds good....I think I have some in freezer....making me hungry...
LOL! I'm going to get some shrimp tomorrow!! Thanks for the suggestion gnarly!!! :)
Way to go on 60 days, congrats Cricket! That's great news, I knew you would hang in there! Thanks for all the support while you were going through it!!!
You are AWESOME! WOW! Celebrate! I know it is tough, but you should be proud!
OMG! I missed this thread. I'm sorry Cricket! Congratulations on 60 days clean. Wow, that's awesome girlfriend! I know you're feeling better now. I just want you to know that you are a wonderful person, who deserves all the good things that life has to offer. You help so many people coming here in such a very caring way. And I for one am so glad you are still here to help us. You have helped me through these first 9 days, and I want to say thank you!! You are appreciated and I am proud of you!
Congratulations on 60 days wow!! You have been such an inspiration to me and have bee. Such a great supporter yourself..I hope and pray to be on day 60 one day! On day at a time though right!!
Big Congrats on the 60 days!
Awesome and you help so many others Great job cant wait to be done but for now I am doing good
Congratulations Cricket on a job very well done!
Cricket, tried to post earlier,...failed. Grats on two months! You're doing awesome and such an asset to the community. Prayers hugs.
Yea Karen!!!!! So proud of you and very happy to you.
Such a grest and inspirational post.
You wear your sobriety well.
Congrats and kudos in your clean time.
Keep on rocking in the free world.
Continued blessings, Debbie