weed PAWS and social life - general question

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Postby Kvamg1313 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:16 pm

Did anyone notice within the first month to two of paws that your depression and anxeity was really bad on a specific day. Like for some reason every Sunday is the worst for me. Other days are to sometimes but Sundays I get hit the hardest?
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Postby Kvamg1313 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:21 pm

Btw I am on my 37th day
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Postby Ananda_M » Sun Dec 24, 2017 5:53 am

Because you have to go to work?

This is not PAWS, everyone have it :D


I'm joking, but maybe it's the negative expectations what will happen when week / work starts...
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Postby Kvamg1313 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 11:08 pm

How are u feeling now I actually feel the worst in the Morning niw I'm going in and out of depression and anxiety
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#34

Postby Ananda_M » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:06 pm

Hey guys!!!

I'm happy to share a story of success with you 8) Now, over 27 months, almost no issues (sometimes maybe a little sleepiness). What is still kinda actual is the fact that I feel "PAWS" when hanging over... in my country, the drinking is very popular and part of natural socialization. The hangovers still reminds me what was up in the past two years, but it also gets better - of course, the best is not to drink or drink in moderation :D

I see many many benefits - good emotions, good feeling with people, communication!!! absolutely fine. Focus may be better sometimes, but even when I feel normal, I think there will be some improvement in next months - when I saw some recent posts that recovery may take 3 years etc. Guys, be cool, don't smoke and you will see the results, it's definitely worth it! :)
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Postby leavepawsbehind » Tue Sep 18, 2018 3:43 am

Thanks for sharing your journey with us over these posts. I'm at 8 months today, and I remember reading through your thread back when I was still deep in the awful times of being sober for 2-3 months.

I find that socializing really distracts me from my issues once I'm in a group setting. I'm generally exhausted afterward though, but it's a nice distraction. I am super anxious leading up to any social event though, or coming back to work after time off.
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Postby Ananda_M » Sun Jan 19, 2020 2:31 pm

still not smoking and I can tell you - I am very very good :twisted:

do not smoke the sh**, guys, just don't do it and you'll be fine :)
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Postby Ananda_M » Fri Nov 06, 2020 3:22 am

w0w, it is more than 4 years now :D cool

guys, I just jumped into psychoanalysis and it is really cool

I suggest that EVERYONE who has addictive mind and fell into addiction, then stopped and ended up with PAWS and misery should never get back to abusing the substances, should go through the PAWS to get a clear view on himself/herself and then SOLVE ANY PROBLEMS from your childhood!

Please, guys, realize that you are prone to addictions for some reason, and this reason may be solved... it is quite expensive, but where do you want to put your money in if not to into your improvement with skilled professional? :O Now, writing from my experience feeling really peaceful :D

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE with your existential or any struggles, it will get better with time, and don't be shy to go for consultation with psychologist 8)
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Postby BruceLeeroy » Sat Nov 07, 2020 9:10 am

Congrats on your 4 years, Ananda! How does it feel now?

Thanks for the psychoanalysis tip. Having toked for most of my life and quitting for a couple months now, I feel I'm having a lot of dreams revealing suppressed emotions and feelings I've kept from myself while high and yet to resolve. If my dreams are becoming therapeutic I can't imagine what talking to a therapist might do.
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