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I Quit My Job

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Without Adderall, I don't want to work. So I Quit.

 

My current routine is wake up after a good night's rest. 

Take Kratom and go for a walk. I walk till I'm tired then go home. 

 

After walking for 1 and half hour I feel better. I am in the mood to do things. Lets say half hour to get ready and another half for commute. Total of 2 and half hours.

 

If I had a job, that mean I will have to wake up two and half hours early in the morning to get in the mood to go to work 

I don't know if I will be handle a job and do what they expect of me. I can't focus or remember the things I did on adderall. I cannot articulate. I have a hard time making decisions. I am crap

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11 hours ago, quit-once said:

If taking Adderall is that glamorous to you, why did you quit? 

 

Obviously, I wouldn't have quit adderall if it was so 'glamorous' to me, I would still be taking it.

 

I quit for the same reason you did

Being adderall free is better than adderall but I have to deal with doing things that used to be fun on addy, but no longer fun anymore like work, cleaning, errands, etc

Hoping someone can relate to my post

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It gets SO much better. No bullshit. 

There have been several stops along the way where I felt hopeless. Just beyond those points, incredible growth was waiting. 

The first year sucks. No getting around that. The second year sucks less. And so on. It's a process. I'm coming up on four years completely clean and sober, and am loving life, including my job. 

Keep after it, one day at a time. 

 

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On 1/29/2017 at 4:07 PM, hyper_critical said:

It gets SO much better. No bullshit. 

There have been several stops along the way where I felt hopeless. Just beyond those points, incredible growth was waiting. 

The first year sucks. No getting around that. The second year sucks less. And so on. It's a process. I'm coming up on four years completely clean and sober, and am loving life, including my job. 

Keep after it, one day at a time. 

 

I don't like to work without adderall. I am on welfare now till my motivation improves

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