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06062016

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Are all of us somewhat damaged mentally forever just because we have experienced what a pleasure drugs bring?

Will I still crave for drugs even if I stay clean for the next 10 years? Does this ever end?
 

devilsgospel

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Nah no worries buddy. I think we're all have this disease in common. Maybe someone would prove me otherwise and shine a glimmer of hope.
To me it's a very primal corruption of natural instinct. We live to feel good, drugs feel better than anything else, therefore nothing feels as good after that.

I've come to terms with that thought loop in a way, life can't always feel good. Sometimes it sucks and that's okay. You learn a lot about yourself when shit sucks.
 

Kaden_Nite

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Nah no worries buddy. I think we're all have this disease in common. Maybe someone would prove me otherwise and shine a glimmer of hope.
I know plenty of people who had their fun with drugs and moved on to something else.

Doing the same thing over and over, burning through cash and having nothing to show for it plus all the rest of the limitations that addiction/habit can bring upon a person's life. Yeah, it can definitely get old.

Sometimes people find things that they like more than drugs. Travelling, a career that they are actually passionate about, some hobby.

A lot of people do get past it, even some who were into heavy gear. It can take some work though, sometimes a wake-up call.
 

devilsgospel

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I know plenty of people who had their fun with drugs and moved on to something else.

Doing the same thing over and over, burning through cash and having nothing to show for it plus all the rest of the limitations that addiction/habit can bring upon a person's life. Yeah, it can definitely get old.

Sometimes people find things that they like more than drugs. Travelling, a career that they are actually passionate about, some hobby.

A lot of people do get past it, even some who were into heavy gear. It can take some work though, sometimes a wake-up call.
I'll be the first to admit that I have a problem with intense apathy and I don't really feel strongly about anything. What drew me to drugs though is that they enhance life and alleviate a lot of that apathy. I get a lot of shit done when I'm high believe it or not as someone who loves downers.

Like I said though I understand that life can't always be fun and experiencing pain and negativity is necessary. I've learned a lot about myself in the past 2 years, which were the objectively worst years of my life thus far. In a perverse way I kinda enjoy pain now, and fully appreciate it's necessity.
 

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I'll be the first to admit that I have a problem with intense apathy and I don't really feel strongly about anything. What drew me to drugs though is that they enhance life and alleviate a lot of that apathy. I get a lot of shit done when I'm high believe it or not as someone who loves downers.

Like I said though I understand that life can't always be fun and experiencing pain and negativity is necessary. I've learned a lot about myself in the past 2 years, which were the objectively worst years of my life thus far. In a perverse way I kinda enjoy pain now, and fully appreciate it's necessity.
Drugs can definitely have their place. There have been times that I've stopped taking everything, even weed, and after not too long I'm reminded of the reasons that I started using drugs in the first place.

I think there is often an underlying thing, whether it's circumstantial or psychological or maybe a medical issue at the heart of habitual drug use and in a lot of cases it's possible to change those circumstances or that mindset or whatever it is.

When the drugs aren't really having a positive effect and are more of a burden than anything, I think that's when it's a good time to re-evaluate.

I probably should take some of my own advice there :LOL:

On Topic: somewhat high. Little bit of lyrica and some Valium. Woke up early, took some relaxants to try and get back to sleep, but now it's sunrise. Oh well.
 
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devilsgospel

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Drugs can definitely have their place. There have been times that I've stopped taking everything, even weed, and after not too long I'm reminded of the reasons that I started using drugs in the first place.

I think there is often an underlying thing, whether it's circumstantial or psychological or maybe a medical issue at the heart of habitual drug use and in a lot of cases it's possible to change those circumstances or that mindset or whatever it is.

When the drugs aren't really having a positive effect and are more of a burden than anything, I think that's when it's a good time to re-evaluate.

Probably should take some of my own advice there :LOL:

On Topic: somewhat high. Little bit of lyrica and some Valium. Woke up early, took some relaxants to try and get back to sleep, but now it's sunrise. Oh well.
Oh I've certainly done what I can without drugs. I'm doing great now but I'm just bored out of my wits at times. Believe me my own advice means a lot to me. I've been at this a while.
 
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Kelmasterflex

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dextromethorphan 350 mg staggered over 2 hours
14% alcoholic beverage
Another line/oral dose of meth
Three pulls of marijuana

I can't not use dxm.
 

Xorkoth

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Combining DXM and meth is dangerous, it can cause serotonin syndrome. It's less likely to than combining DXM and MDMA, but still you shouldn't do it.
 

SAT4N_420

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Are all of us somewhat damaged mentally forever just because we have experienced what a pleasure drugs bring?

Will I still crave for drugs even if I stay clean for the next 10 years? Does this ever end?
For me at least, I would say yes. I can't stand sobriety at all. If I'm not high then I'm not enjoying being alive. You'd think that I'm addicted to a substance by now, but I'm not. It's more like I'm addicted to getting high off anything I can get my hands on than being addicted to a specific substance.

Anyway, I came here to say that the holes in my mouth still hurt a lot, but I think the swelling in my face is going down.

I took 300 mg of tramadol, .5 mg of clonazepam, and 1200 mg of gabapentin and my body feels so amazing that I can't even care that my mouth hurts so much. I would've taken some pregabalin too but I ran out and feel too tired to walk to the pharmacy to get more. Maybe I'll go tommorow since those 300 mg of tramadol were the last that I had...
 

06062016

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Heroin meth combo is fucking godlike. Not overly hyperactive just feeling laser focused but euphoric.
I'm in the midst of putting an end to my drug career but I've never had H. IV H is pretty much at the top of my drug-bucketlist. Am I missing out by having to give that up?
 

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Not really. I have never even had heroin iv. I use it cause its the cheapest opiate in Finland considering my tolerance.
 
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