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    Goto Discussion: "Addicts and relationships" (I'm Listening..)
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    Wisdom_comes_slowly posted:
    Addicts and Relationships.

    No one wants to talk to addicts, except other addicts.

    1. Get connected, socialize; talk to people who will listen.
    (I'm listening, but have no one to talk to; ironic.)
    2. Get up and get busy. Time slows way down when your sober.
    3. Boredom is your enemy, it always wins.
    4. Yes, you can get a job, try it, and no Taco Bell is not beneath you.
    5. Addicts are taker's, retrain your brain to be a giver: Help others,
    listen, talk to people who need help.
    6. Lastly, addicts are master manipulators, they won't change
    without real consequences. (Don't feed their addiction)
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