Heroin Addiction - Who's Responsible for Ending the Addiction?

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"The brain doesn't heal over night. However the less you use the less and less you crave it, until finally you barely ever think about it and sobriety finally makes sense. It took me about 6 months of slips before I finally realized that the drugs were not"

Michael

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