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Failing attempt at recovery

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Posted September 15th 2015 at 10:17 PM by Riddikulus

So I'm two months drug free and a month Self Harm free and for a while I thought I was progressing well. Suddenly I feel like I'm going completely back downhill, I don't have any friends to talk to, no one is willing to listen, it's like no one cares. I have no community support anymore and I'm doing this completely alone.

I've started writing up plans again and notes and I can't handle my thoughts anymore. All I want to do right now is hurt myself...
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    Remember what you said? That your determined to recover? I am so proud of how far you have come. You can keep going. Be proud of you. I'm always here You got this girl.
    Posted September 15th 2015 at 10:42 PM by Palmolive Palmolive is offline
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    I don't think you can fail at recovery. The fact that you are trying to recover is a big step to be taking. You might have relapses but sometimes relapses can help you grow stronger. Think about the things that might be causing you to feel like relapsing and see if there are things you can do to resolve those issues. If there is no resolution try and look at the alternatives. I just recently bough some adult coloring books and sharpies to try and help with my urges. Maybe you could find something like that to invest in?

    You seem determined and I think determination and motivation are key in working towards dealing with urges and recovering.

    If you ever want to chat feel free to message me.
    Posted September 16th 2015 at 01:53 AM by .:Bibliophile:. .:Bibliophile:. is offline

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