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Hey Johnny, I am a recovering alcoholic/opiate addict, been in the program since 1994. I was just diagnosed with a rare form of alopecia called Lichen Planopiliris devastating!. However, at the age of 70 years young, I believe that there is a reason for EVERYTHING. I am moving into acceptance through prayer, meditation and members of AA, close friends and my dojo. The Universal Force is awesome...the thought of a drink or pills has crossed my mind since the diagnosis but my Naturopath prescribed a low dose of Naltrexone. While meditating last night it came to me...what a blessing! If I took a drink I'd get very ill and the opiates would be cancelled out...now that is a Power greater my myself at work. I have a plan: primarily based in focusing on the solutions rather than the disease. So the answer to your question from me, is YES! It certainly was a temptation. Hope that helps. Bonnie
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