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  1. You have no idea how much this helped me! Thank you so much!
  2. Okay so about a year and a half ago, I met this guy online who ended up teaching me everything I know about Internet Marketing. He helped me reach the success that I have today and I am incredibly grateful for that. However, where I have quit using speed and started doing things "slow and steady", he continues to tweak out day after day. We instant message and he just goes a mile a minute. He talks about method after method, idea after idea and will type out 3 paragraphs before I type a sentence. I will be having a great day and think I'm really getting back into the swing of things and doing a lot of work. Then we will chat for 30 minutes and I'll feel like a turtle versus a swarm of jackrabbits. I guess I don't really know what I'm looking to get out of this thread, except maybe some tips for how to deal with other people who are still using around you? My therapist said "Well he may seem like he's going 1000 miles a minute right now, but he's going to be the one to burn out in the end." I would just stop talking to him but we are doing a huge project together and I don't want to give up the opportunity
  3. I'm Sitting Here at Work...

    And I'm unable to focus on anything that I should be doing. I should be building my business and doing what I always did on Adderall. But what if I chose the wrong field? I'm 5 days clean and I'm just watching the clock go by. I'm self-employed, but I forced myself to go into the office for the first time in a week today. I'm about 6 days clean from Speed and it's to be's pretty terrible right now. My dopamine and reward pathways are jacked up and it's hard to find happiness, especially when it comes to work. Any advice?
  4. Unprescribed User

    I cannot imagine the hell that some of you folks went through when quitting after taking it daily, you deserve mad props for that and even those of you that are trying. I have been taking it recreationally for a while and it definitely improved my grades. But screw this artificial motivation, I am losing weight absurdly fast, my eyes feel sunken in, days without taking it are full of crashes and even less motivation than before and it's messing up my relationships with friends and family. Anyone prescribed to it must have experienced one hell of a life...literally. Anyway, my adderall semester this year was the only good semester of school since my junior year of high school 3 years ago. I need to find motivation besides this magical smart drug and here's what I've come up with: 1. Stop smoking cannabis 2. 8 hours of sleep 3. Healthy diet 4. Jogs and bike rides Of course I came up with those while addied up...I'm going to think it's stupid tomorrow. Sigh...any ideas to revitalize my life without this stupid fucking devil amphetamine?