If you are dating somebody, you will have to lean on them heavily during this period

If you are dating somebody, you will have to lean on them heavily during this period

Remember who you are going to be at the end of this battle

Within 6 months you will have an idea of what you want to do next…an idea of where your heart wants you to go now that you can finally hear its voice clearly.

He/she will be the only thing you have going for you. Your life outside of them will be a complete mess.

Show them this page. Warn them first. Give them an idea of what they’re in for. Tell them what they can expect. Then tell them how much they mean to you. Tell them that when you come out of this, you want them by your side. Tell them that, as an act of respect for the love you share, you want to give them the greatest gift you can: you as you were meant to be. Tell them that your love for them has helped inspire you to make this change…assuming all of that is true. Short-term this may be incredibly difficult, but long-term it is the only way to be true to them.

But know that there’s a chance your relationship won’t make it through this. Your significant other may reach their limit at some point. Or in your weakness you may make some mistakes you can’t take back. If that happens do not be afraid. Remember how easy and self-indulgent and goal-focused your life was when you were single and on Adderall? Well, it’s doubly so off Adderall. You will have this fear that if your relationship ends you will be even more lost because you won’t have your pills to keep you busy. But the opposite is true. Your recovery will almost certainly require you to go it alone for a bit. It is not as bad as you think it’s going to be. In fact, it’s pretty sweet in a lot of ways.

Never lose faith in that vision. It is true and pure and absolutely real, no matter how low you may feel on a given day.

This decision to give in to truth, this final act of courage you’ve summoned to murder your false self and take your chances with what’s underneath – this will be your glory, and will lead you back to all those dreams you’ve been mourning. Godspeed, dear reader…Godspeed.

377 Responses to “Your Challenge”

Thank you for such a beautiful message. You are part of a plan designed to save my life. I will cherish this article forever. I quit all of my addictions today including flushing my adderall down the toilet by the helping hand of God. A week ago I basically told a friend I’ll never stop and it was the impossible. I cried and sobbed for hours knowing full well that’s what God wanted me to do. Today I feel a miracle happened and I have been comforted with new faith, hope, and strength that he will help lead me to my destiny.

Thank you so very much. Your message was loud and clear on why I was so spiritually sick. God bless you.

I dont know if anyone will ever see this; but I have searched the internet many times for someone like this. My name is Paul and I have been taking Adderall for about 3 years now. In all the messages I have seen from people this is the only one that truly explains how I feel on a day to day basis. I am addicted to this drug. I tell myself this everyday, but every time I quit I have that terrible feeling like I am worthless. It is online installment loans Wisconsin embarrassing at your job or school when you go from being this “superman” to this worthless piece of human being. And like you said, about the only person you have to lean on is your significant other. I love my wife more than anything in this world, and she misses the old me almost as much as I do. Almost word for word I agree with this article and I am going to give it a real hard try. I am going to go ahead and say that I am going to do it and I will remember this article when I start to feel drained and worthless. I was never this way before adderall and I know that I can get back to the old me. Thanks again, Paul