Resolved Question: Ex-drug addicts only. I have a series of questions.?

I was addicted to China White heroin and Cocaine for a good bit of time. I won’t go into the details of why I quite or what all I did while I was on it, but coming up on July 3rd it will be one year of sober. Sounds great huh? I still think about it every day though. The psychological addiction hasn’t died down or faded away at all like the physical aspect of it has. Every waking second I just crave it. If I come into visual contact with an off-white powdery substance I get the jitters even if it’s not really Cocaine or China White. Is this normal? Anyone else experiencing this? Would it be easier for me to just fall back into my old ways than have to constantly battle off these inner-demons? Were any of your depression or anxieties relieved fully? Mine have calmed down a little but I’m still constantly depressed and have a unreasonable amount of anxieties. Would it be unreasonable to expect to go a whole day without craving cocaine again with-in my lifetime? Thanks— Chong De 3 13 33
Nicholas- I’ve been smoking weed and drinking since I was a little child. My family was abusers too, but I never has much contact with them. I came into contact with cocaine my first time in either 7th or 8th grade. China White when I was a freshman in highschool. I used them as speedballs. Every day. I spent thousands and thousands of dollars on these two drugs. How I got the money is not legal or important as of now. Does this help? Am I hopeless?

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