Loperamide addiction withdrawal journey need support - Part 15

By gbread · Apr 1, 2015 · ·
  1. Ahhhhh Kitts,

    You are always so cheerful I don't know how you do it. It seems as though I am excellent at encouraging others and showing compassion. I think most of us are naturally like that since we have all felt so much pain. BUT when it comes to myself, I can't get perspective like others can, no matter how hard I try. It's like there is a block. You have helped me so much, even from across the pond.;)

    I do feel better now. It truly changes sometimes hour to hour. The mornings are the worst. My stomach is starting to wake up! I am going to have to find some non-narcotic way to alleviate these pains. It isn't all day or near as bad as when I tried to quit loperamide cold turkey 4 months ago, but it still sucks.

    I did get a shower for my nasty, sweaty self. Then I walked in the sunshine for 15 minutes with my dog. It truly does help. I am going to an AA meeting now and I know that always squares my head and my heart.

    Much love and hugs, GBread


  1. Roaddoggy
    well, hope you had a nice meeting. It looks like you are moving along nicely. I can tell you really have your head in the game. That's what it takes. Your well on your way to freedom.

    I do agree, the support on here is so awesome. I am sure your also getting a lot of love from your meetings. That's a big part of it. It helps to rub elbows, with those who are also in recovery.

    Especially those who are in different stages of our sobriety. I find that if I help others, which I believe you are doing, you find the help you need for yourself.

    I sort of believe if you put off good vibes, you get good vibes. I think this applies to all things. Even our recoveries from drug addiction. I also think you are putting off some wonderful vibes. Anyway, I was thinking of ya, and thought I would stop in, and say Howdy. Wishing you the best. Much Love Roaddog....
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