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Old 10-05-2016, 03:40 AM   #23
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Join Date: Sep 2004
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I am another month free of OD. Nearly threw it away approx 3 weeks ago though. I was so determined to OD but a nurse from the cmht came to see me and I admitted everything about how I was feeling. She cheered me up and if it weren't for her I would have ODED.

In a way I am proud of fighting against the OD thoughts and the fact that I can make this post. 2 more months and it will be 18 months OD free. If I make it to 18 months then it will be the longest I have been free of OD since my teens.

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