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    • Nicnak
      Yes,now my husband isn't working,he's seriously a different person,it's like a weight has been lifted from our shoulders (to have another one to come crashing down soon!) I too am buying up amazons supply of supplements haha. Ne,when I lost indifference last year after only 2 weeks I titrated up and over my switch and still couldn't find it so gave up totally.This time round I found it much easier and with less SE's (except the bloody constipation!!)......is that what you mean to do,.take it right back and start again?
    • Molly78
      Welcome back, Ne! I am also trying all the supplements people are discussing here - trouble is, I expect to feel better as soon as I swallow the first capsule, whereas they are supplements to your diet & you have to keep taking them over time. I got mislead by people talking about feeling the effect instantly. Stuck, it sounds as though your work is the cause of your unhappiness & drinking.  I know we have to work to live, but isn't there any chance you could do different work?  Nicnak has been discussing hoe her husband's drinking was in part due to the stress of his job,  & look what's happened to him!  You have mentioned driving when over the limit as well.  I am worried for you.
    • Molly78
      Intestinal obstruction is extreme constipation such that the gut stops working completely - but the guy was on baclofen for spasticity & he had a lot of other problems which contributed to the state of his gut.  I just posted that quote because it gives the mechanism whereby baclofen might cause constipation.  I wouldn't worry Nicnak, I think you are actively managing your constipation - the guy in the report was paralysed & in hospital for other reasons. Sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you!
    • StuckinLA
      Makes perfect sense. And don't go getting too envious, @Ne1. My seven weeks came to a close on Friday night. Which wouldn't have been that big of a deal had I not continued drinking yesterday, and I was supposed to go see a movie with the girl. She'd reserved this thing in one of the parks around here, where you take a lawn chair and sit out and watch a movie. Well, when she showed up here she instantly knew I'd been drinking and she was furious and now she wants absolutely nothing to do with me. So I'm drinking through this whole weekend, and I know I have to clean up this coming week. What I have figured out is that it really was only the commitment to working on something bigger that kept me from drinking. It wasn't my relationship or my health or a higher power. Simply getting up every single day and working on something I cared deeply about. When I had to put that aside for work meetings, and then for class, and now for the job market it all fell apart. Still writing every day, but now it's job letters for jobs I have no chance of getting and don't want anyway, and I'm falling apart. So what else is going on out there in the world?
    • Ne1
      By the way,  and  for being out there with me. 
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