Is it normal i dont feel addicted through i'm literally taking it everyday?

Im taking drugs. Morphium to be honest. Ive got no serious reason for it, Im just doing it. But I dont feel like Im truly taking drugs. Of course the effects kick in like always but somehow its still not like a real addiction. I feel like I could stop any moment but why aint I doing it?

Is It Normal?
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  • Feeling like you could doesn't necessarily translate to reality.

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  • If you feel like you can stop at any moment, yet you don't stop, then you are addicted. Please seek help. I have cousins who abused drugs and it really fucked up their physical appearance.

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  • "I feel like I could stop any moment but why aint I doing it?"

    That there is pretty much the definition of addiction.

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  • Sooner or later the witch gets let in, when it does, there is never going back.

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  • Moron

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    • You on your own are a moron to call another.

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  • actions vs feelings

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  • Just because you feel fine doesn't mean it is not fucking your shit up.

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  • Good choice of drugs, opioids are the least damaging of all the recreational drugs. Be careful that you don't od(you can die due to respiratory arrest if you od on opioids).

    The respiratory depression caused by opioids is additive with other drugs such as benzodiazepines and ethanol etc.

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    • I'm always making sure not to overdose. At start I've set up one rule for not taking more than 40mg. I'm going with 30mg and it's fine.

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  • The problem with taking opioids is it maybe mentally easy to stop but its physically hard. Your body goes into withdrawals. You'll be throwing up, diarrhea, terrible pain all over. I started out at 15 on lortabs and here I at 28 still taking opioids. I dont want to take them but my body cant function without them

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    • Even when keeping it a low dose?

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      • Yeah dude. Dont take it tomorrow and you'll see what I mean. You're gonna hurt.

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        • I can only imagine now. But I'll have to go through it if my dealer will be gone. This dude is a stupid @$$faq. I can only wonder why they haven't caught him already.

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          • Might as well stop now dude seriously. Have you heard of Kratom? You can order it online. It acts as a opioid. You should start taking kratom now and stop the morphine and then come off the kratom.

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    • You're obviously also addicted if you believe your body can't function without opioids. It functioned before you started taking them, didn't it?

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      • Look up opioid withdrawal symptoms.

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        • Withdrawal symptoms, however uncomfortable and/or severe, mean your body is adjusting to being without the drug and they don't last for ever. Addicts are brilliant at coming up with excuses for not dealing with their addictions.

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          • Ellenna, you don't seem to know how it feels like to have acidity like all day long up your throat and cramps every so often for two weeks in average.
            You can call it an excuse as often as you want, but you should try walk in our skin to understand that not everything has to do with a slothful swine. Even when you try to stop, human beings subconsciously choose the easier way. Morphium isn't slowly killing you. There's no need to bet that you would fail at stopping yourself.

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            • I've seen people coming off heroin and it certainly looks very difficult, but they managed it and so have thousands, maybe millions of others.

              I didn't use the term "slothful swine" or anything like it and I'm not judging anyone trying to end an addiction: I gave up smoking dozens of time but always started again and now have emphysema.

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          • They last over two weeks for me and I have a job. I took a two week vacation last January to come off and failed at it. I tried it recently. I think its easier to criticize from the outside when its not you throwing up and in pain.

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            • I wasn't criticizing or judging either for that matter, merely pointing out that it's possible to survive withdrawals.

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