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The End of my Addiction

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  1. For any alcoholic with enough time sober, that association will tend to decay. You just forget what it feels like to be drunk. In the past when I got sober without baclofen, I usually got there after about a month. I substituted a lot of exercise. Once I reached a high enough baclofen dose, the thoughts just went away. I no longer associated alcohol with a pleasurable experience. I did not drink when I was increasing my dose as I was on probation, and had also made the decision (finally this time) that I would no longer live that way. So it wasn't like I stopped getting a pleasurable exp
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  2. Are you engaged in any support groups like AA, or celebrate recovery? There is a light on the other side
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  3. Our son graduated first in his class and starts at university next month on a scholarship A long way from where we were before baclofen. Thanks to all who supported us over the years.
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  4. Yes it’s a shame that there isn’t any data on how people have done on baclofen. I don’t know who the 12 Steppers were or how serious their problems were. I always felt that if someone was on a forum then they couldn’t be very seriously alcoholic. I mean, it’s embarrassing how horrible my wife’s condition was. I can’t describe it. Typically she would wake up in middle of the night having some kind of night terror, screaming like she was possessed by the devil. That would go on for half an hour and she would pass out and then wake up at 6 am and start screaming and shouting abus
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