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How to Quit Heroin
and Stay Clean for Good
By Jorge (George) Fernandez
If you've managed to make it to day 7 then there's no reason why you can't make it to day 40 and beyond. If you did your best to follow the tips in my article, “How to Survive the First 7 Days” and managed to survive those first 7 days then great! Wonderful!

If you've managed to taper down from methadone or suboxone and are finally clean then great! Wonderful! Now you know that you can do this. If you forced yourself to take long fast walks, jogs or runs then you should be feeling a lot better by now. If you stayed in the hot tub filled with hot hot water throughout the day then you should have experienced great relief.

And if you kept your diet light, took vitamins, Imodium at high levels, drank lots of water and Gatorade then your digestive system should be feeling better by now. If you want to quit heroin, avoid relapse and stay clean for good then you're going to have to do whatever it takes to continue to fight this battle for many weeks and many months to come.
  You're going to have to start doing everything different from how you were living your life just a few weeks ago. And for the most part, you're going to have to start doing the opposite of how you've been living all these years.

You'll have to create, design and write your master plan down and then stick to it for good.

Start by addressing the triggers which caused you to want to get high which you’ll most likely encounter during the first 3 to 6 months, such as boredom, depression, negative repressed feelings; your dealer, old dope-friends, familiar places and familiar things such as music, diet, lifestyle, other drugs etc...
  Learn how to deal with your attitude and emotions
Many people start getting high simply because they have too many deep emotional problems in their lives. But then once they take a sniff, smoke or shot of heroin, then all of those problems seem to disappear within seconds, at least for the moment.

However, since you will no longer be using heroin, then you'll have to find other ways to release those suppressed feelings and deal with them in a more positive and productive manner.

You'll have to learn how to cope and deal with those feelings of guilt, fear, anger, sadness, boredom, loneliness, and anxiety in order to avoid relapse and keep yourself on the right path. You can't keep those type of negative feelings trapped inside of you for too long or else you'll go crazy, break down and give in. You'll have to talk about it and deal with those feelings as well.
Many people have found success in dealing with their emotional difficulties by talking to others about their problems. And one way to move forward is by letting go and talking to someone about your problems and then deal with it by finding positive solutions fast.

Write down your problems on paper. You can start off with the biggest problems first and then maybe you and a friend or a counselor can come up with possible ways and solutions for dealing with them.

Then take the next problem and deal with it in the same manner; and the next one after that. Find and create solutions and then try it. And sometimes, the best places to find people to talk to about these problems are at your local NA meetings and/or similar outpatient drug programs, and even private therapy sessions as well.
In NA (Narcotics Anonymous)
, or other outpatient treatment programs, you may find other people going through the same types of problems that you're going through or at least close to it.
And many people have found solutions which have worked for them by speaking and listening to other members in their NA group meetings. There are also NA drug therapy counselors there who may be more than willing to help you work out your problems in a private setting as well.

And believe it or not, there are many caring people who are willing to just listen and help you find solutions for your problems if you open up and talk about them. Whatever you do, don't hold it in and don’t hold back. Don't keep your problems bottled up inside you for too long as this can cause you to cave and eventually relapse. Find someone to talk to and then talk to them.

A vital part of your master plan to quit heroin, avoid relapse, and stay clean for good will be to talk to people who will be able to better understand what you're going through - people who you can talk to about your problems, feelings and emotional difficulties.
  Whether it be in NA, drug counseling, an x-addict or drug-free friend who has been through the same problems or similar, or at least to lend a helping ear, you'll need to let it all out to someone. Don’t keep this stuff trapped inside you for too long or else it will get to you.

You can start off by going to NA or other types of group support meetings or an outpatient program just to attend, sit there and listen to others speak. If you want people to listen to you then you're going to have to develop the courtesy and patience to listen to others first. You'll have your chance. If you begin to become concerned about other peoples problems then other people will become concerned for your problems.

It’s very possible that you can and will find some genuine people in NA who really do want to turn their lives around and those are the types of people that are best to be around – people who want to change and turn their lives around. Those are the best types of friends to have.

Attending NA, group meetings or counseling, every day, every other day, or weekly, and learning how to deal with and handle day to day feelings should definitely be part of your master plan to quit heroin, avoid relapse, and stay clean for good.
  How to overcome those thoughts of getting high
Relapse is most likely to occur within the first 3 to 6 months.

Experts say that true recovery begins after the recovering addict has been clean for 1 year.

And for the first 3 to 6 months you’ll be bombarded with the thoughts of giving up and getting high on an almost day to day basis.

Those cravings to go out, score and use will hit you harder than ever before and it will be your duty to reject those thoughts right away.

Don't entertain those 'thoughts of using heroin', not even for a minute.

You must do your best to fight against those thoughts or else they’ll win, you’ll lose, and you’ll fail. Then you'll be right back to where you started - heroin slavery.
  "Someone says, "Well, I cannot help but think about some of the places I used to go and some of the things I used to do. I cannot help thinking about some of the old, rotten, corrupt things I have seen and done. Sometimes I start thinking about them." Friend, you cannot keep them from coming into your mind, but you do not have to think about them. Thinking is a process. The thought that jumps into your mind is only the temptation." LDA

"We have used this illustration many times, 'you cannot keep a bird from landing on your head, but you can keep him from building a nest there!' These negative, filthy thoughts, these bad things from your past, you cannot prevent their being brought to mind from time to time, but as soon as you realize what is happening and recognize the thought that is crossing your mind, you can sure begin to war against it." LDA

" need a garbage can in your mind. Someone might say, "Most people's minds are garbage cans." I didn't say your mind should be a garbage can - I said you need a garbage can in your mind... throw everything in it that needs to be put in it. Put the lid on and fasten the lock down. Try to keep patching the holes when they sprout up every once in a while... you just need to keep it sealed up! When you find something coming into your mind that needs to be deposited there, you need to jerk the lid open just fast enough to throw it in and slam the lid back down, before anything gets out." LDA

Don't let those thoughts of dope linger in your mind, not even for a second. When those thoughts of doing dope (heroin) come into your mind, you have to say NO, shake your head, and then throw those thoughts into that imaginary garbage can and keep them there. And then keep moving forward. It's a constant battle day in and day out but the more you keep fighting those thoughts then the easier the battle will become as time goes on. It won’t be easy but it can be done.
  Consider a change in music
If you want to quit heroin, stay clean, and turn your life around then consider a change in music.If you want to change the person you are then consider changing the music you listen to.

Continual listening to the wrong type of music will not allow you to become the best that you can be and in fact, will make it impossible for you to change, (if that’s what you’re trying to do). And if you keep listening to the wrong type of music then eventually, that music will bring out and reinforce the wrong side of you – the old you and your old behavior patterns.

Music has a much greater influence on our lives than what most people think. Much of today’s Rap, Hip Hop, Rock, POP, R&B, Reggaeton, and alternative music is being purposely designed and created to promote sex, drugs, crime, violence, vanity, perversion, and extreme immorality. And right along side with music, is TV and Hollywood.
  Please note: I'm not saying that all rap music or all rock music or all pop music is bad. In fact there's a lot of real good music out there. But good, clean, uplifting music is hard to find these days. And music is a major key and can become one of the greatest sources for positive energy to help you get through the withdrawals and possibly even change your life. Yes, the right kind of music can actually change your life!

You become what you listen to the most. If you continually listen to a certain artist, (or artists), then in time, you become like that artist, (or those artists). And the more you listen to them, then the more you become such, and eventually find yourself around such people. And in time, (because it always takes a process of time), the music will transform you into what it represents.

“Thus, what you listen to literally forms what you become”, LDA.

Good, clean, positive music performed by good, clean positive people can help you to change, and in time can help you make a new person out of yourself. Change what you listen to and you'll change what you become. If you want to quit heroin, stay clean for good, and change your life as well, then consider changing the type of music you listen to. If you want to become a better person, a good, clean, decent person, then consider listening to good, clean, decent music. “Thus, what you listen to literally forms what you become”, LDA.
  Separate yourself from dealers and drug-using friends
In order to quit heroin and stay clean for good, it would be best to separate yourself from all of your dope friends, drug users, and anyone who brings out and reinforces the old you and your old behavior patterns.

Because just like music, who we hang with will also have a great influence upon our lives just as well. And if you want to quit heroin and stay clean for good then the best thing to do would be to separate yourself from them, all of them.

It doesn't matter how long you’ve known them or well they treat you. It doesn't matter if he’s your best friend, or she’s is your best friend. It doesn't even matter if she's your girlfriend or if he's your boyfriend. If they get high and are not ready to change then the best thing to do is to separate yourself from them or risk getting pulled back into that old lifestyle.
  All it takes is one simple phone call and you'll blow it. Just their voice, their energy, their influence, will remind you of the “good times” of how good you used to feel from that heroin rush and other drugs as well. Then you'll begin to dwell on those thoughts, and then just like that, within minutes, you're gone, out the door to get high. That’s how easy it is to get pulled back into that life.

We have 2 types of friends in life; those who bring out the best in us and those who bring out the worst in us. Being around any of your dope-friends will most likely bring out the worst in you. And in time, you'll end up right back where you started. Depart from them, unless of course, they too want to change their lives. If your friend(s) want to quit heroin, stay clean, and turn their lives around then help them by directing them to my website and let them go through the same struggles that you went through. Otherwise, they will become a hindrance to your recovery.

It would also be best to delete all of their phone numbers from your cell phone and get yourself a new cell phone number as well. Burn all your bridges. And when the time is right, life will send you the type of friends that you can become to someone else. If you want to have good, drug-free, clean, decent friends, then you must do your best to become a good, drug-free, clean, decent friend yourself. And there’s no way that you're going to become a drug-free friend by continuing to hang around friends who use drugs. My mother always told me, “tell me who you hang with and I'll tell you who you are”. How right she was.

If you want to quit heroin, stay clean and turn your life around then the best thing to do is to separate yourself from anyone and everyone who uses drugs.

  Stay far away from the wrong places
You may be anti-social now, (and some of you are not), but once you begin to shine, you may want to start going out and having fun. And there’s nothing wrong with that.

However, we should be very careful in choosing where we go to have fun. You may want to quit heroin, but then go out to hang with the homeboys to smoke weed, drink beers and hit parties such; but do this, and most likely, you will fail. Sooner or later, you will fail, in one form or another.

You may want to start going out to the clubs, the strip clubs, the bars, and hang out on the corners where the homeboys hang; but do this, and most likely, you will fail.
  Those dark places are no place for the new you. And nothing good can come from there. The energy and influence being put forth from those places and the people therein will eventually bring you down. The environment and the music will eventually draw you right back into that old familiar lifestyle.

The familiar music alone will bring back memories of all the good old days when the only thing on your mind was getting high and getting high again. And before you know it, those memories and those feelings will rush in, overtake you and draw you right back into your old ways. And worst of all, those places, the clubs, and the bars are jammed packed with demons of all kinds.

If you want to quit heroin and stay clean for good then it would be best to stay away from all the wrong places and start hanging out in the right ones. The old saying is so true - there's no place like home. And if you have no business being out in the street then the best place to be is at home.

And if home is too close to the dope spot and keeps causing you to fail then move. Relocate and move. Relocation has always been a powerful strategy to get away from heroin and a deterrent from going back to your old ways, old friends, and old places. 'Relocation' is a great way to stay clean and start your life all over again. But whatever you do, do your best to stay away from all the wrong places.
  Quit ALL drugs for good
Now this is something that’s hard to accept for most people. But deep down inside most people know this to be true. Too many people would like to quit heroin but continue to smoke weed or take lesser evil pharmaceutical drugs such as Xanax for example.

And most people do so not because they need it, but because they still want to get high in one form or another. However, the best way to quit heroin and stay clean for good is to quit and stay away from all drugs once and for all, including but not limited to:
  Weed, hash, cocaine, crack, ecstasy, meth, LSD, PCP, heroin, all lesser evil opiates, pain killers, anti-depressants, steroids, strong alcohol and/or anything else that causes your thinking to become distorted or the chemicals in your brain to become altered.

In order to succeed in your recovery, your mind must remain clear at all times in order to think clearly, stay on guard and make good and right decisions as well. And if you keep using drugs such as weed for example, then you're always going to have that get high, drug using mentality.

If you want to quit heroin, avoid relapse, and stay clean for good then the best thing to do is to quit ALL drugs and stay away from ALL drugs, once and for all. Try not to convince yourself that there's no danger or risk of relapse in doing other types of drugs. The best thing to do is to get out of that drug using, get high mentality, and start your life all over again, without drugs.

And from here on out, if you start to say no to all drugs then I promise you, your life will change. You will change. You will quit heroin, stay clean, and turn your life around. Because it’s not just about quitting drugs, it’s about changing your life for the best.

And you can’t change your life, in the fullest sense of the word, until you’re done using drugs - all mind altering drugs.
  Consider Relocating
Sometimes, it can become very difficult to quit heroin and stay clean for good while remaining in your current and familiar environment. And sometimes, relocating to another city, state or even another country can help you to stay clean and start a whole new life for yourself as well. A fresh new start in a whole new environment can help you to create a new and better life for yourself and for your family as well.

Therefore, if you’re having a hard time staying clean where you’re at right now or simply want to start a whole new life all over again somewhere else, then relocation may be an option for you to consider.
  If you have family or friends, (drug-free friends) in another city, state or country then you may want to consider relocating near them. And if you don’t have anyone at all, then you may just want to consider relocating to a new, warm and sunny environment as a warm and sunny place is always the best place to be. And as long as you relocate with the intent of staying clean for good and changing your life as well, then there’s a good chance that things can begin to work out for you to where you're able to have a much better life than what you may have now.
  Keep yourself busy each and every day
If you want to quit heroin and stay clean for good then you’ll have to do your best to keep yourself busy each and every day.

One of the most important things that you’ll be doing to help you avoid relapse and stay clean for good will be restoring your health with the help of diet and exercise.

One of the best things you can do in your life will be to join a gym and start doing exercise, lifting weights, and aerobic activities first thing in the morning, Monday through Friday. This is the best way to start your day off.

This is by far one of the best ways to continue the battle against your heroin addiction and to keep you on the right path. And this is one of the best ways to regain your health, self-worth and self-confidence as well.

Just make sure you do everything right, right from the start. You may want to go out and buy a Muscle and Fitness, Mens Fitness or Fitness for women, or any credible exercise magazine at your local convenience store.

You can also go online to:
Then start reading to educate yourself on diet, nutrition, and exercise. You become what you read. You become whatever you take into yourself so you might want to start taking in good, healthy, positive things in order to produce a positive outcome. It's time to get your health back. Start waking up early every morning, Monday thru Friday, around 5, 6, or 7am. Get dressed, grab your mp3 player and head straight to the gym, or straight to the park, or to the street or anywhere to get some form of exercise!

Once your stomach returns to normal, then start eating a healthy diet in order to provide the proper nutrients needed for quick recovery and muscular development. Most likely, you’ve been weak for a long time, and now you need to gain some muscle and some strength.

If you want to quit heroin and stay clean for good then the best thing to do is to join a gym and/or working out at home and become a new and healthy you. The healthier you become, then the greater your chances will be for staying clean. And a healthy lifestyle counteracts drug addiction.

Once you've been clean for a few weeks and feeling better physically, then you'll have to start finding ways to keep yourself busy during the day and into the evening as well.

And the best way to keep yourself busy and out of trouble is to work.

You may already have a job. And if you do, then for the next several weeks, it might be best for you to let a family member or spouse deposit your checks for you and hold on to your ATM card as well in order to avoid the temptation to buy drugs. Although this may sound extreme, this strategy works and helps you to save money as well.

Sometimes, the best way to eliminate the temptation is to cut off access to the source which in this case is money. No money, no drugs. Therefore, you might want to have someone you trust help you to manage your money so that you won’t waste it on drugs, at least until you’ve developed enough self-discipline and self control to resist the urge to buy and use.

If you don't have a job then the best thing to do with your time, (after you finished your early morning workout, at home, or at the gym) is to go out and start looking for work from 9am to 12pm every single day. Take a lunch break. Then go back out to look for work from 1pm till 5pm.

Seek, and you will find. Don’t stop looking for work until you find work. Don’t stop filling out applications. Don’t lie on your application as well. Be honest in all things. Don’t stop knocking on doors. And sooner or later you will find work. But for now, looking for work will become your full time job.

You can always fill out applications at fast food places like Subways, Taco Bell and McDonalds, or convenient stores and gas stations like 7-11, BP and Circle K, or shopping malls, clothing stores and department stores like Walmart. Or you can search online for specific jobs at

And if you really want to get off to a fast start then start filling out applications at your local temp work agencies and labor pools. Those who show up for work first thing in the morning usually find work that very same day.
Work is work. And for now, take whatever you can get and be thankful. Yet at the same time, continue to fill out and turn in applications always striving to find the best job possible. And in time, doors may begin to open and opportunities may come your way.

Working hard all day long is one of the best ways to keep your mind and body busy while also keeping you out of trouble. And if you’ve been a rebel all this time then this will help you make your way back into society while learning how to behave around normal, law abiding citizens. Welcome back to the real world.

Then after work, or after a long day of looking for work, head home for dinner or to your local NA meeting or to school as well. I realize that NA is not for everyone and not everyone needs to attend, but for many recovering addicts, NA has been a life saver and a great way to fellowship with other x-addicts who are trying to change their lives just as you are doing now.

During the week, it's best to be out and about only if and when you have important things to do such as going to the gym in the morning; going to school; enrolling yourself and taking new classes at your local college or training institute; going to work or looking for work; attending NA meetings; visiting other drug-free family members and friends for dinner, etc. And then come home early in the evening to be home with the family.

If you have a family, then you can spend the rest of the evening with the family watching good, clean, inspirational movies, attending to your favorite hobbies, or taking up a new hobby such as learning how to play a musical instrument for example.

It's important to always have things to do at home. Make a “things to do at home” list if you have to. But whatever you do, don't allow yourself to get bored at home or at any time for that matter. The best places to be during the week are at work, school, at a drug-free friends or family’s home or home at your place safe and sound. This will help you to stay clean and stay out of trouble as well.

Save your clean, fun activities for the weekends. Watch a family movie at home; go shopping or walk around the mall; go out for dinner with family and drug-free friends, visit your local art museum, go out to a good, clean, music show suitable for the family.

Go bowling, go-kart racing, bike riding, hiking, mounting climbing, golfing, fishing, or horse back riding. Take long walks in the park. Play sports or hit the batting cage. Go see a baseball, football, or basketball game, or even a sport you’ve never seen before.

Go to the beach, amusement parks, the zoo, water slides and whatever other clean, fun activities you can think of, but save these for the weekends.
  Your daily plan could look something like this:
  Monday thru Friday:
1. Go to the gym and exercise first thing in the morning (or take a long fast walk)
2. Head out to school, work or go out and look for work.
3. Lunch – short fast walk.
4. Head back to school, work or go back out to look for work.
5. Head home for dinner or to NA meetings or school in the evening.
6. Go home for the evening or visit drug-free family members or friends.
7. Go home. Go online, watch a movie, read a book, or work on writing your life story.
8. Go to bed with a clean conscience.
  Friday evening: Go out for dinner or to the mall with drug-free family members or friends.

Saturday: Plan and do some fun activities with your drug-free family members or friends for most of the day and evening as well.

Sunday: Rest. Watch football or basketball. Attend to your hobbies. Watch an inspirational movie or good clean TV. Read a good book. Learn to play an instrument or work on writing your life story.

You can adjust the fine details according to your own personal needs and wants. And as long as you're working hard and not wasting money on drugs then you should have enough cash to go out and enjoy life the way it was meant to be.

And when you do go out with your loved ones, try to spend less money on yourself and spend more money on them. Some of you, have put them through a lot of heartache and suffering, and it's time to start making things right. Offering heart felt gestures, special gifts and surprises to the ones you've hurt can help to repair the damage and rebuild relationships.
  Create, design and plan your future
Don't dwell on the past. Instead, focus on creating, planning and designing your future.

Most people don't realize this but you have the power and the ability to form and create your life by writing your goals down on paper. And then formulate a step-by-step plan on how to achieve those goals in a step-by-step manner and then just do it, one step at a time! It’s that simple.
  You can change the course of your life just by taking steps in carefully planned directions. But to do this you must write down your goals first.

I'm not talking about buying a Lamborghini, owning a billion dollar mansion, and earning a trillion dollars per year with bonuses. I'm speaking of setting realistic goals that will help you to better your life and to enable you to help and serve others to the best of your ability.

Then create and design a step-by-step plan that will help you achieve those goals as fast and as quickly as possible. 'Think' hard on your goals and step-by-step plans, see them in your mind, and then execute your plans with full force by taking action each and every day and doing all of those steps as fast as you can. And in time, with patience and hard work, it will all come to pass.

You may not get exactly what you want, but if you plan well and attack your plan with full force then you might come pretty close to obtaining your goals, and quite possibly, a little bit more.

So start creating your future by writing your goals down on paper, and then formulate a step-by-step plan to achieve those goals and then start doing it. That’s it. It’s that simple. If you want a new life then plan it and do it!

There’s a wonderful life out there waiting for you. All you have to do now is go out there and get it. And while you're writing, you can also start writing about yourself. You can start writing about how your life used to be as a heroin addict, what you did to quit heroin, stay clean, and turn your life around. Then, once you're done, you can publish and post your writings online, on a blog, in an ebook or on a website for all others to read and admonish.

You can use your life, your experience and your written words to help change the lives of others who desperately need to read real success stories of people like you who quit heroin and turned their lives around. This will give them the hope and strength they'll need to quit heroin, stay clean, and turn their lives around. You can make a difference in the lives of others just by what you write and publish for all the world to see.

I'm doing the same exact thing right now as we speak, and so far, my website, my writings, my articles, and my 'words' have helped change the lives of many across the globe. And I can assure you, that if you do everything that is written in this article and in my other articles, then your life will change as well. Everything will change. And all you have to do to bring it to pass is to make a decision to change, and then do it! Give it your best shot!
  Always have a plan of escape
Many experts agree that sooner or later, you'll be faced with the temptation to use or circumstances that may cause you to break down, relapse and go back down hill.

Therefore, you should always have a plan of escape ready, written down and kept on your person at all times. Read it often as a reminder. Keep it engraved within your heart and your mind.

However, since your past relationship with heroin has always been a love/hate relationship - a love for heroin and the high, but a hate for what it’s done to your life, then there can only be one solid principle that will work all of the time when executed with full force.

And that principle to remember is to say no and "flee!”

Flee from the temptation of using heroin as you would flee from the seduction of the worst type of woman or the worst type of man. Say no, shake your head and then run for your life.

Say no to temptation for that heroin high, turn your back and then run! Run like Forest Gump. Run today, and live tomorrow with no regrets.
  And finally my dope brothers and dope sisters, if you do fail and relapse, then don't think of it as a total failure, yet don't let it slide as if nothing happened as well. Instead, get mad, at this poison called heroin, and get mad at yourself as well. She, heroin, just knocked you down good and most likely stole your money once again.

But instead of staying down for the count and allowing this poisonous drug to ruing your life, GET UP, dust yourself off and keep pressing on with full force. Put that failure behind you and keep moving forward.

Don't let that one failure become an excuse to go back to your old ways. Stop right there and then start fresh the very next day. Learn from this and use it as a lesson to remind you that you must always stay on guard at all times and do your best to refrain from slipping up again.

Then if at all possible, contact a friend, your parents, your family members, or a drug-free friend. Talk to someone about what you’re going through and how it directly or indirectly had a part in causing you to mess up so that it won’t happen again. Get up, reach out for help and get back on 'the right path' as quickly as possible.

If you want to quit heroin, stay clean and turn your life around then from here on out follow these instructions to the best of your ability:
1. Learn how to handle and deal with your feelings and emotions.
2. Fight daily against those thoughts of getting high.
3. Consider a change in music.
4. Separate yourself from your dealer and all your dope-friends.
5. Stay away from all the wrong places.
6. Quit and stay away from ALL drugs, once and for all.
7. Work and keep yourself busy each and every day.
8. Create, design and plan your future, and then do it!
9. Always have a plan of escape.
10. And if you do fall then get up quickly, dust yourself off and keep pressing on with full force.
  This is how to quit heroin, stay clean, and turn your life around. This is how I continue to stay clean each and every day from everything. I stopped shooting dope 20 years ago.

I have no fellowship with any one who uses drugs, unless of course they want to change and turn their lives around. Then I will gladly help them, and you in any way that I can.

I stay away from the bars, the clubs, the strip clubs, and all those dark places where no good can be found.

I don't do any kind of drugs whatsoever. I don't drink. I don't smoke. I don't do anything of the kind. I simply don’t want to live that life any more and I will never turn back, ever again.

And if you keep and follow these guidelines to the best of your ability, then you too can quit heroin, stay clean and turn your life around. You will be free and your life will change!

Good luck. And may the good force be with you.
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  How to stay clean
from heroin for good
  Staying clean with Vivitrol Naltrexone  
  How to change and change your life  
  How to fix your life pt.1 finances, work, housing  
  How to fix your life pt.2 relationships, social life  
  How to help your son or daughter quit heroin  
  How to help your man
or husband quit heroin
  How to help your friend, family, quit heroin  
  How to know if he or
she is still using heroin
  Get Naloxone Narcan  and Save a Life  
  What is heroin  
  What is heroin addiction  
  Success Stories Pt.1  
  Success Stories Pt.2  
  Success Stories Pt.3  
  About Jorge (George)  
Main Index Page
What is Heroin
What is Heroin Addiction
How to Quit Heroin
How to Get Yourself to Quit Heroin
How to Quit Heroin Cold Turkey
How to Survive the First 7 Days
How to Quit Heroin Warm Turkey
Quitting Heroin with Suboxone
How to Quit Heroin with Kratom
How to Quit Heroin in Rehab
Quitting Heroin by Relocating
Quitting Heroin While Pregnant
Quitting Heroin as a Couple
Quitting Heroin While Working
Quitting Heroin for Teens
Quitting Heroin for Women
Quitting Heroin for Men
How to Beat Cravings for Heroin
How to Avoid Relapse on Heroin
If at First You Don't Succeed
How to Stay Clean for Good
Staying Clean with Vivitrol
How to Change & Change Your Life
How to Fix Your Life Pt.1
How to Fix Your Life Pt.2
How to Fix Your Life Pt.3
How to Help Your Child Quit Heroin
How to Know if He’s Still Using
How to Help Your Man Quit Heroin
How to Help Others Quit Heroin
Get Naloxone Narcan - Save a Life
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