Thanks for the kind words Erik! I'm just terrified I'm not going to be able to always be so strong but I really do hope that I can be!I admire your efforts J.
Moments like this will probably happen again, but your strength grows you confront your cravings.
Keep up and keep moving forward!!
I think I get much better rest during the day versus the night time, I'm so used to waking up in the afternoon early evening that I can tell what time it is by how bright the sun is and the position of it, through my blinds.Waking up in the morning now instead of at night.
I'm happy for you! I'm on this same road myself. 10,5 months sober.Well I am very thankful for second chances...
This time last year at this very hour I was in an e.r. od'ing. I had 2 months clean and tried to sleep permanently, but was unsuccessful. I thought l ruined my body and mind with decades of abuse and that I was permanently damaged but that passed. I have to say that I hoped things would get better when I got off opiates and benzos, I had no idea how much better. It was super ruff in the beginning and the first 6 months felt like years but the later 6 felt like 2. I am so grateful for so many ppl and am happy to be off the b.s. and more in control. After being on auto pilot for so long it's amazing how nice things can get when you are yourself and in control again.
Cheers guys and gals
Happy New Year to All