ldmcniel

Goodbye 2013, the hardest year ever

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As 2013 comes to a close, I say goodbye and look forward to 2014. I'm still adderall free and that is one of the few pluses of the year. I am going to start the new year out with a more positive attitude, a new outlook on life, and a new hope. I wish everyone the best for the new year.

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Kick 2013 to the curb, no looking back and take no prisoners for 2014!  Glad to have you with us still.

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With 4 days left in 2014  I'm taking some time to set some goals and visualize where I want to be a year from now.  2013 has been a motherfucker, withdrawal, recovery, job loss and a breakup.  I have not slept and cried so much since I was a toddler. Buttttt I am moving forward. We have to move forward, momentum is everything. Keep pushing and fighting for every inch.  A full recovery is possible in fact you are making a full  recovery right now. Every day, every minute synapses are happening, your brain is rebooting coming online.  We will overcome this. 2013 redefined us, the civil war in our mind has defined us.  Adderall took everything from me, and everyday i'm taking it back by force. Decide what you want and  lets make 2014 comeback story of or lives.

 

2014 HTFU 

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Hi everyone..new to the website and very glad I found it...I'm happy to see this year go as well and make a firm commitment. After almost 4 years, I've decided that I need to regain control of my life or I'm never going to feel stable without the adderall. 2013 was a roller coaster of hell all numbed by the drug. I'm looking forward to the motivation and support you all seem to show eachother on this site. Have a safe and happy new year all; so happy I found you guys.

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We are happy that you found us too! Welcome to the forums. Might I suggest the 30 day challenge thread to help with your commitment to quit?

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Thank you to everone here whose support in 2013 has made all the difference for me. With your help, I am learning a new way of living sober.

 

 

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