Great post! I’ve linked to your comment from the new Adderall FAQ entry: “I’ve never taken Adderall. What does Adderall feel like?”.
Totally agree about the ranting/rambling propensity, and the tendency to over-do any work that involves flexible levels of detail. And yes, no better time to quit than now!
I hope the addition of my story and overall perspective on adderall helps to ward off some potential users from making the mistake we all made. If my comment prevents just one person from taking that godforsaken pill then it was worth writing. I’m sure the thought “how many people have I helped over the years with this site” has crossed your mind before, because it popped into mine! Unfortunately that curiosity will go unanswered, but even though that mystery number isn’t as astronomically high as the number of adderall prescriptions out there, the work you’ve put in towards a cause that’s seemingly invisible to the public is much appreciated.
Understandably you feel you’ve lost touch a little with the process because your painful yet noble battle to extricate amphetamines from your life began long ago. We both know that battle didn’t https://rksloans.com/title-loans-nd/ end, and it never ends. Yes it gets easier as time goes on, but there’s always a subtle lingering temptation in the back of your mind no matter how evil you know it is. ANYWAYS what I’m getting at is…I would be more that happy to co-author an article or two. Please don’t hesitate to throw me some ideas. If you have anything specific in mind for articles you just haven’t gotten around to I would be more than happy to give em’ a shot. If not, I’ll gladly write something of my own when a good idea presents itself. I also wanted to make a suggestion for your already beautiful layout – starting a new section! Where visitors can post their thoughts, experiences, feelings etc. on adderall – in a central location on the site. The categories I envision are: Side-Effects(adderall users describe all the side effects they experienced positive or negative), Your Story (self-explanatory), Quitting Tips (again.. obvious), and Worst Adderall Experiences (horror stories, also obvious, and needs a better category title). Several other (read: better) categories could definitely be added but those are the best ones I could come up with for now. I thought you might find the idea of an increase in self-sufficiency intriguing. I truly appreciate every response you post and they really mean a lot to me (everyone else probably feels the same), but I realize you have a life as well and must manage your time accordingly.
In the past you’ve made your stance on the importance of users comments clear by very modestly confessing that users posts are the more influential than your articles could ever be. In reality the main articles, the wealth of valuable adderall information, and the experiences you’ve shared will always be the most important part of the site. The site is your creation, so everything you personally post holds a far more credibility than a readers. You see, after fervently reading your words for hours, visitors to the site (myself included) feel they know you, and in turn trust you. I do think that the new section I suggested would be a great addition though J. Expanding your anti-adderall Mecca to include a centralized forum. Just food for thought. I know I’m asking a little too much of you and surely altering quittingadderall isn’t anywhere near the top of your priority list. Regardless, every person who stumbles upon your site leaves it with either more knowledge, a more complete understanding, or a sense of relief. Discovering that I wasn’t alone in this struggle made everything easier. That sense of relief i found here and only here, was priceless. Nowhere else can you find the well-educated honest answers that are formulated from real life experience written in a voice that seems to speak directly to your soul. That is what all other sites about adderall lack.