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Old 02-04-2013, 03:39 PM   #76 (permalink)
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How much wood could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?
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This thread is doomed. Great idea but eventually, if you are truly being honest with your advice, someone will get all butt hurt or the board's resident moral majority will find something to cry about to Pat and that will be all she wrote.
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im going to nationals this year hopefully with some buddies. How should I divide my money per day im goin to be there 2-3 days?
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Thanks josie I do plan on using underneath the bed for storage.
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Interesting...I'm an addict, been to inpatient rehab five times and outpatient rehab three times (I'm not joking either)...currently I've been sober for about six months which is a long time for me. Just wanted to throw that out there...
6 months is fantastic, I hope you can make it a life time. Stay dedicated to what you need to do to stay sober.

Every time you get the urge to use, stab yourself in the nuts with a fork. The urge will eventually go away.

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This thread is doomed. Great idea but eventually, if you are truly being honest with your advice, someone will get all butt hurt or the board's resident moral majority will find something to cry about to Pat and that will be all she wrote.
To all those who may be "butthurt" over this thread, please do us all a favor and get laid.

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im going to nationals this year hopefully with some buddies. How should I divide my money per day im goin to be there 2-3 days?
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6 months is fantastic, I hope you can make it a life time. Stay dedicated to what you need to do to stay sober.

Every time you get the urge to use, stab yourself in the nuts with a fork. The urge will eventually go away.
So you have no personal experience with addiction? Did someone you know have addiction problems? In rehab most addiction counselors were former addicts or either knew someone who suffered from addiction. I think I knew maybe one or two out of hundreds who became addiction specialists with no personal experience. In rehab us addicts seemed to respond better to the counselors who were former addicts because we felt like they know more what they are talking about. Like they can understand. However my last counselor wasn't a former addict though and I thought she was the best one I ever had.

I wish I could string together a year of sobriety but the longest I have ever gone was six months. The cravings just take over once I reach six or so months and it becomes the only thing on my mind. So basically, since I was 14 I have never been sober for more than six months. I don't respond well to AA because when I'm around other addicts the conversation of drugs comes up and it triggers cravings for me. They say we should hang around other recovering addicts but I am very prone to relapsing when someone else does. I'm rambling...so anyway, trading cards are cool
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So you have no personal experience with addiction? Did someone you know have addiction problems? In rehab most addiction counselors were former addicts or either knew someone who suffered from addiction. I think I knew maybe one or two out of hundreds who became addiction specialists with no personal experience. In rehab us addicts seemed to respond better to the counselors who were former addicts because we felt like they know more what they are talking about. Like they can understand. However my last counselor wasn't a former addict though and I thought she was the best one I ever had.

I wish I could string together a year of sobriety but the longest I have ever gone was six months. The cravings just take over once I reach six or so months and it becomes the only thing on my mind. So basically, since I was 14 I have never been sober for more than six months. I don't respond well to AA because when I'm around other addicts the conversation of drugs comes up and it triggers cravings for me. They say we should hang around other recovering addicts but I am very prone to relapsing when someone else does. I'm rambling...so anyway, trading cards are cool
I did use drugs from my early teens until 22 then I just stopped. I never had any formal treatment. I destroyed a relationship with someone and that was my wake up call that I didnt want to keep living like that. it is very hard to overcome. Addiction runs rampant in my family. My uncle died of an OD when I was 13. It was by far the worst day of my life. My mom and I never talked about that day until I was diagnosed with cancer and the counselor I was seeing told me she thought I was dealing with my diagnosis so well because I hadn't dealt with something else tragic in my life. She made me go through in painful detail the entire events of the day. My husband, whom I have been with for almost 15 years has never seen me cry. I lost it in front of this lady. It was only the 3rd time I had ever seen my mom cry. I completely understand what you mean about the AA meetings. My friend was like that. I went to one with her and when we left she was shaking.

What are some things you like to do other than collect cards and do you have a sober support system?
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So you have no personal experience with addiction? Did someone you know have addiction problems? In rehab most addiction counselors were former addicts or either knew someone who suffered from addiction. I think I knew maybe one or two out of hundreds who became addiction specialists with no personal experience. In rehab us addicts seemed to respond better to the counselors who were former addicts because we felt like they know more what they are talking about. Like they can understand. However my last counselor wasn't a former addict though and I thought she was the best one I ever had.

I wish I could string together a year of sobriety but the longest I have ever gone was six months. The cravings just take over once I reach six or so months and it becomes the only thing on my mind. So basically, since I was 14 I have never been sober for more than six months. I don't respond well to AA because when I'm around other addicts the conversation of drugs comes up and it triggers cravings for me. They say we should hang around other recovering addicts but I am very prone to relapsing when someone else does. I'm rambling...so anyway, trading cards are cool
Just curious you ever do averSion thErapy?

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A. There are a lot of numb nuts on this site and after awhile they get annoying
B. something is carrying over from your personal life
C. Some of your basic needs may not be getting met

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A. Treat everyone as if they are a child. Everything is new and exciting to them and we have to have some extra patience to deal with them
B. use this as your stress relief and leave the world behind
C. Eat, f*ck, sleep, repeat
Sorry for the late reply Josie. Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.

I will attempt to use most of your solutions, especially option c, to better myself on this forum. I don't feel like I am a bad person, but I have found myself becoming more and more frustrated with the lack of common sense in some of our members. I am also very opinionated by nature and I have made my opinions on certain subjects much more known since I first started here. I know I have rubbed a few people the wrong way here lately so I will just try my best to keep my mouth shut a little bit more.
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Sorry for the late reply Josie. Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.

I will attempt to use most of your solutions, especially option c, to better myself on this forum. I don't feel like I am a bad person, but I have found myself becoming more and more frustrated with the lack of common sense in some of our members. I am also very opinionated by nature and I have made my opinions on certain subjects much more known since I first started here. I know I have rubbed a few people the wrong way here lately so I will just try my best to keep my mouth shut a little bit more.
Option C is by far my favorite. I hope you are able to be cheery once again.

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OK, so what do you do when someone posts video that includes your 10 yr old child on youtube after you made it known that you did not want it posted? (youth basketball game, the parent who posted tries to make his kid look good even though he really is just a foot taller and nearly 200lb heavier than everyone else on the court). Every parent I spoke to felt the same way about the issue.
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OK, so what do you do when someone posts video that includes your 10 yr old child on youtube after you made it known that you did not want it posted? (youth basketball game, the parent who posted tries to make his kid look good even though he really is just a foot taller and nearly 200lb heavier than everyone else on the court). Every parent I spoke to felt the same way about the issue.
You demand they remove it as he doesn't have your permission to post it thus making it illegal. If he doesn't, tell him you will be contacting a lawyer. Then, give me his number and I will contact him and make him wet himself, and not in a desirable way.
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You demand they remove it as he doesn't have your permission to post it thus making it illegal. If he doesn't, tell him you will be contacting a lawyer. Then, give me his number and I will contact him and make him wet himself, and not in a desirable way.
Sadly, based on the research I've done since saturday night, I do not think it actually is illegal. From what I can tell, you can take photos/video of anyone in a public place and post them online so long as you do not misrepresent what you are posting. I dont like it and I dont agree with it.

I contacted the other team's Rec Club director monday and she contacted the town's lawyer to see whether they could implement a policy against posting without consent and she was advised not to go there. She looked at what was posted and told me flat out she thinks he did it just to piss me off.

I am still mulling over my options, none of which involve the legal system it seems.
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You demand they remove it as he doesn't have your permission to post it thus making it illegal. If he doesn't, tell him you will be contacting a lawyer. Then, give me his number and I will contact him and make him wet himself, and not in a desirable way.
Just got an email from YouTube, they have removed the video.
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I voted for B.

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Here's my question

So my friend lately has been very sick. My friend has been taking medicine and stuff, but it's not helping. So i went onto WebMD and typed in the symptoms my friend was complaining about.

It turns out that my friend in pregnant.


He's a guy.



What should he do? Abortion?
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Here's my question

So my friend lately has been very sick. My friend has been taking medicine and stuff, but it's not helping. So i went onto WebMD and typed in the symptoms my friend was complaining about.

It turns out that my friend in pregnant.


He's a guy.



What should he do? Abortion?
It depends. Do you think you are the father? Are you in a place in your life you could raise the baby on your own?
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It depends. Do you think you are the father? Are you in a place in your life you could raise the baby on your own?
I'm a guy too.... I'm 15
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I'm a guy too.... I'm 15
I know, it was a joke.
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I did use drugs from my early teens until 22 then I just stopped. I never had any formal treatment. I destroyed a relationship with someone and that was my wake up call that I didnt want to keep living like that. it is very hard to overcome. Addiction runs rampant in my family. My uncle died of an OD when I was 13. It was by far the worst day of my life. My mom and I never talked about that day until I was diagnosed with cancer and the counselor I was seeing told me she thought I was dealing with my diagnosis so well because I hadn't dealt with something else tragic in my life. She made me go through in painful detail the entire events of the day. My husband, whom I have been with for almost 15 years has never seen me cry. I lost it in front of this lady. It was only the 3rd time I had ever seen my mom cry. I completely understand what you mean about the AA meetings. My friend was like that. I went to one with her and when we left she was shaking.

What are some things you like to do other than collect cards and do you have a sober support system?
I'm sorry your uncle died when you were so young, that must have been real hard. I'm also real sorry you were diagnosed with cancer, I'm surprised you could deal with it as well as you did. I'm sure soon enough I will get cancer as I have smoked for 12 years (with a couple periods of abstinence) and there is a history of cancer in my family. Both my grandmothers had it and so did my grandfather on fathers side. When and if I get cancer I'm sure I will just load up on painkillers and overdose, as I don't think I would be able to handle it. I don't deal with pain well and I'm diagnosed with fibromyalgia, which I'm sure is nothing compared to cancer. Since I'm an addict I can't take any sort of medication that is effective for the pain.

Besides collecting cards I'm into baseball and a big movie buff. I also enjoy psychology, have completed many courses of it in college as well as chemistry. However my knowledge of chemistry was always used for bad purposes during my active addiction so I just refrain all together from studying chemistry now. My original goal was to become a psychiatrist but unfortunately my addiction to drugs ruined that. Just as it did to you drugs have ruined many relationships and I don't have much of a support system since I screwed all my good friends over in the past. Lately I have mostly been keeping to myself and avoiding the people, places and things that lead me to relapse. I used to be a very active person but as of late I have felt very drained. I was a poly substance abuser which meant I was addicted to more than just one substance, my preferences were amphetamines (meth, Adderall, Dexedrine), opiates (Heroin, OxyContin), benzodiazepines (Klonopin, Xanax) and marijuana. It's always very hard when I go to detox because they can only detox one substance at a time.

It's really great that you help people out for a living. I very much admire that, I hope you realize that you are saving people's lives. I wanted to be a psychiatrist so that I could help people out but it never panned out. I feel as if drugs have ruined most every aspect of my life but I try to just be thankful for what I have. I have overdosed four times (always from combining pills with Heroin) so I'm truly lucky to be alive.

You sound like a very courageous woman and I respect you.

P.S. How long ago were you diagnosed with cancer? Did you have to do chemo? How are you feeling physically? Hope everything is well.

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My wife no spending money on valentines day this year (yay). I still want to make or do something free for her. Maybe involving my 1 year old daughter. Any suggestions?
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I'm sorry your uncle died when you were so young, that must have been real hard. I'm also real sorry you were diagnosed with cancer, I'm surprised you could deal with it as well as you did. I'm sure soon enough I will get cancer as I have smoked for 12 years (with a couple periods of abstinence) and there is a history of cancer in my family. Both my grandmothers had it and so did my grandfather on fathers side. When and if I get cancer I'm sure I will just load up on painkillers and overdose, as I don't think I would be able to handle it. I don't deal with pain well and I'm diagnosed with fibromyalgia, which I'm sure is nothing compared to cancer. Since I'm an addict I can't take any sort of medication that is effective for the pain.

Besides collecting cards I'm into baseball and a big movie buff. I also enjoy psychology, have completed many courses of it in college as well as chemistry. However my knowledge of chemistry was always used for bad purposes during my active addiction so I just refrain all together from studying chemistry now. My original goal was to become a psychiatrist but unfortunately my addiction to drugs ruined that. Just as it did to you drugs have ruined many relationships and I don't have much of a support system since I screwed all my good friends over in the past. Lately I have mostly been keeping to myself and avoiding the people, places and things that lead me to relapse. I used to be a very active person but as of late I have felt very drained. I was a poly substance abuser which meant I was addicted to more than just one substance, my preferences were amphetamines (meth, Adderall, Dexedrine), opiates (Heroin, OxyContin), benzodiazepines (Klonopin, Xanax) and marijuana. It's always very hard when I go to detox because they can only detox one substance at a time.

It's really great that you help people out for a living. I very much admire that, I hope you realize that you are saving people's lives. I wanted to be a psychiatrist so that I could help people out but it never panned out. I feel as if drugs have ruined most every aspect of my life but I try to just be thankful for what I have. I have overdosed four times (always from combining pills with Heroin) so I'm truly lucky to be alive.

You sound like a very courageous woman and I respect you.

P.S. How long ago were you diagnosed with cancer? Did you have to do chemo? How are you feeling physically? Hope everything is well.



No, I have never heard of aversion therapy. Do you have any info about it? Maybe I will research it.
It is never too late to go back to school. I encourage you to not give up your dreams. I am happy that you are still with us and thank you for your kind words.

I was diagnosed in 2007. I just marked my 5 year remission mark in November of 2011. I completed 8 months of chemo therapy and spent a grand total of 23 days in the hospital. My longest stretch was 19 days. Physically, I feel much better than I did before but I always have pain. I have lung disease as a result of chemo toxicity. Unfortunately, it is irreversible but the good news is it will never get worse. I have a lot of physical scars to show for it but mentally I feel prepared to handle pretty much any situation now. My children are a miracle because we were told we would probably not be able to have children. I am just so thankful for every day I get to spend with them. I have 2 boys ages 3 and 23 months. My youngest will be 2 on the 26th of this month!

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My wife no spending money on valentines day this year (yay). I still want to make or do something free for her. Maybe involving my 1 year old daughter. Any suggestions?
Great question! You could have your daughter finger paint something for your wife. You could write her a poem, cook her breakfast in bed, clean the house, allow her to spend the day to herself (go the library, etc.), make a photo collage, or all of the above!
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