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    #26
    I kept using because in order for me to get sober I would have to take a long time off of work and I couldn't afford that. So I did it because if I didn't keep using I would lose everything I had (house, car, etc
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    Thank you for describing your former relationship with adderall like this.

    It gives me hope that I will one day be able to stop this cycle as well.

    Kudos to you for breaking the cycle!
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    I'd like to add to the thread, the following.

    https://youtu.be/ToQ0n3itoII

    Always reminds me of my old Amphetamine / Speed addiction.
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    ^ Beautiful. I love The Verve.

    Quote Originally Posted by NotQuiteAnonymous View Post
    Thank you for describing your former relationship with adderall like this.

    It gives me hope that I will one day be able to stop this cycle as well.

    Kudos to you for breaking the cycle!
    Only people who have been through the cycle of amphetamines can relate to those specific feelings, especially how it feels to quit. That's why I was constantly Googling my moods after quitting because it's only unique to those of us who have been through it.

    Find comfort in this quitting forum,

    http://forum.quittingadderall.com/fo...derall-forums/

    There are others struggling in the early stages and you won't feel alone. There are inspirational people who got their life back.

    It's not an easy process, some days are better than others, but it's worth it.
    What I noticed most after quitting is being able to genuinely laugh! It wasn't forced like before. I'm not stuck in my head over-analyzing everything and taking the fun out of it.

    The biggest step is to cancel your script if you get it from a doctor. Just say it stopped working for you and you don't like the way it makes you feel anymore. I didn't go as far as admitting abuse like some did. Abuse usually comes after tolerance develops, but I didn't want those red flags haunting my charts. Just cancel it and that will keep you out of the cycle of picking up your medicine, as long as you don't switch doctors and seek it from someone else. Just be totally done with it.

    You can do it!!! This drug is a bully. You are stronger than you know.
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