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100 days
By stephen99
6/26/2011 9:12:15 PM
I keep telling myself if i can go 100 days without a relapse i could give up the addiction. But I just go a week and then I give in again to the addiction. I need to get over my addiction it's been controlling me for to long.

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We can all do this    
"we don't need to relapse. I promise you, if I can do it this long, so can you. It is possible, there is more than enough hope available. How much I want it is what is driving me."
posted at 21:32:06 on June 26, 2011 by ruggaexpat
im with you.    
"I cant go a couple of days!"
posted at 21:38:55 on June 26, 2011 by taintedlove
I KNOW you can go 100 days    
"you can.. it's possible.it's totally possibleI'm somewhere above 130+ days. (it's taken me years to get to this point) but YES.. I can definitely say things got easier after 60 or so days.
the longest I've ever gone is about 15 months... so I can't speak to long term recovery however...

I believe that it gets easier from a biological standpoint after a certain time.
God has definitely been my anchor and has given me grace.. every day..

BUT! for me it was 3 days, 30 days and about 60 days.. that really were plateaus.

100 days was a nice milemarker (but satan was right up in my business the next day...saying I could take it easy now.... what a crafty little bugger he is )

My prayer is with you tonight Stephen.. may God bless your righteous desires!"
posted at 01:52:20 on June 27, 2011 by gracefull
100 DAYS!!!!    
"Congratulations that's a huge accomplish don't relapse don't do it! pray do what you have too."
posted at 19:57:45 on June 28, 2011 by Teddy


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