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My apologies for my recent drunken sh*it-posting.

 

I was doing great on Naltrexone, thought I didn't need it anymore (kind of like I've done with the program)...went off it and eased my way back into bender-beast-mode. For reasons that I can't explain I end up here when that happens.

 

I'm back on my treatment plan, I feel good again, and I am sincerely sorry for being a negative presence on this board. A wise man reminded me that this "isn't a game" and that people's lives are at stake. I claim that I'm not a troll but when I come in posting nonsense I might as well be. It's not what people seeking help need to see.

 

Peace.

 



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Sounds good Tipster, ... sounds like a moment of sober clarity ... you know where the 'meetings' are, go to them ...


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I'll take "Trolling on the internet" for 2000 Alex.



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Naltrexone

http://aa.activeboard.com/t63851316/naltrexone/



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Naltrexone 'will not cure anything' ... it may help, but unless there is a willingness and a spiritual direction to move in, you're going to loose ... I know, ... I tried it ... and it's exactly as Tipster said ... I got a little better, thought I had this thing under control, and wound up drunk again ... ... ... I learned I had to go to any length to get and stay sober ... it wouldn't work any other way for me ... the 12 Steps is where the miracle is embedded ...


Pappy



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