was tempted just hrs ago only on day 4 and i need no more wish this was over crave to be sober this journey is over and i shall live long!!!pills suck and my life doesn't!!!
I am on day 17, taking one minute at a time. Keeping my guard up and protecting my clean time. I learned that from a lady on this forum.....from Minnesota. LOL
Went fishing today for the first time in several years and caught a bunch and one beast. Posted pics. Thanks for roll call Gizzy. Congrats on 102 days. God Bless
Glad you got through the craving don, they do get easier tho with some clean time, but we always have to keep that guard up, I am an addict for life, but one in recovery. Congrats.
Fassfeat I saw your pics for the first time just now, those are some big fish. I dont fish like i did when I was younger, but I LOVE bass fishing here. Congrats on 17 days, keep it going.
Today is day TWO for me.
I am so effing proud of myself!
Not tempted in the least bit. This is HUGE, since this is x4 for me over the last eight years.
This is day 6 for me and I've been really hoping for a turn in the page soon!!! I've felt the same for the past 3 days ever since the worst of it was over. I definately have been tempted and have had bed thoughts about sneaking out to pick up., I'm ashamed to admit it, but I am feeling weak, tired and hopeless right now.
But all in all I haven't caved during any of the cravings and this I can be proud of myself for. Six days is almost over - tomorrow will be one whole week without the damn pills -so life WILL go on.
18 days...still ups and downs. But that is to be expected. Congrats to all.....kisses!
Keep it up chico you can do this one day at a time. Well me I am not considered clean I guess, but I was clean 4 months before suboxone. I am on day 17 or 18 on suboxone. Feeling great, getting energy back, moving around, cooking, cleaning. I am living! Oh and I am still having no chronic pain since I have been on the sobxone.
194 days and never been as happy!
Newcomers, I want you all to know how much you all help me. Every time I read a new persons post about the desperation and fear and discomfort, I relive it over again in my mind and never want to go back there! You keep me grounded and grateful. Thank you!!!!
Wow, just checked my tracker and much to my amazement, today is 600 days off of oxy. Also
490 off of cigarettes. Congrats to all with one day or more and thanks to everyone that helped me along the way. guv
385 days off opiates and alcohol,haven't felt this good in years.
Congratulations to everyone on their clean time.
tomorrow is 10 weeks, never thought I would even make it 10 hours
Yesterday was one year off opiates.The freedom is amazing...no counting pills,no hiding and stashing pills,no guilt,no worries that someone will find my stashes....and best of all...no cravings or need for them either.
Yupper...life after opiates is good.
Congrats to all others in the beginning of their healing and at all stages of healing.
i have nothing to brag about yet. ive been chewing up about 2 to 3 80s a day. its owns and controls me. i dont sleep, eat or **** anymore.1rst thing i do when i wake even before i pee is eating a couple pills. i cant even leave my house untill the pills have kicked in. even if i got to make some phone calls i need a couple pills to kick in first. i have tried quitting ct a couple of times and the w/ds are so severe can make it through day 2. This addiction totally disgusts me. im going to work on being like you guys and being able to brag. fix this 1 problem and everything in my life will just fall back into place. I start my inhouse detox starting on monday sept. 20. very anxious and terrified. I guess i do have something to brag about. i start detox. Making that first step. Just saying it scares me i dont remember my life without the pills
19 days and have had many challnges and hope to win and stay straight. Without this place I would not be on day 19
hey I am an old lady and starting using in the sixties, I am now 55 and used something since I was fifteen, do the math Never in all those years been straight for 19 days in a row
only 19 days ago first time I admitted I was an addicted
thank you all
7 days clean! Today is actually the hardest so far. Don't know if it was the lack of running, fluids, or vitamins today but I am crampy as heck. Maybe I did it wrong, I dunno. Writing this really helps as I have nobody to go through this with. Thanks to everyone as reading your stories really helps. Was harassed all day today by my former (word personally omitted), but I didn't give in. Not even one step back.
Hi Giz!! What day is this for me?? 150 ?? or something...The days have flown by...it just gets better!! Don't ANYONE ever give up!! It's not over when the withdrawals end
so get support!!
You guys all rock!!
42 days...Congrats everyone! And thank you so much for sharing your experience, strength and hope. You all were amazing when I was kickin and fighting through the wd's.
Thank You! =)
Day 11 off oxy, still tired, had no cravings!!!!
I've learned to give myself time, my mind say's go- my body say's no way!!!
To anyone still on pills and scared if they can't do it, read everyone's post, go thru the pain and do it!!!!
Life is great!!!!
Also, I quit cigarettes over 7 months ago - And since going ct this week I've really missed smoking let me tell you. But staying strong all the same!
39 days off Ambien
213 days off of Vicodin
Many years since my last drink. Alcohol is my DOC. I always took that drink first, and then all bets were off. No guarantee what happened after that.
When a newcomer comes to any of our NA or AA meetings they're treated as the most important person at our meeting. And when they share we hang on their every word. Nothing is more important to someone in recovery than to hear a fresh, brand new story of what it's still like out there. God help any of us if we forget where we came from.
cigs three years pills 21 days
6 months and 3 days from opiates. Congratulations on your cleantime everyone. Whether you have 1 day or 1000 what matters is that you were clean for today:o)) Keep on truckin everyone.
On my 2nd day with no pills. Realized earlier today that when I thought about quitting a month or two ago I felt completely, totally scared yet here I sit tonight actually doing it. It's not easy, but so far I've been able to distract myself or get myself through whatever I'm feeling.