That's a good idea. I just found this. I have 90 days almost. I guess it's technically 85 days. Every day I ask God to help me stay sober and to live by his will only not my own, and to guide me in that, and every night I'm grateful for the results. I've gone in and out for years, opiates, and heroin. (never iv user..that scared me). But it's a very difficult thing to stop. I am finally done with it. I'm not overconfident. That was my mistake last time, I just know my body can't take another run after the last two. I commend your idea. I'm not one of those people who just wants to accumulate time. Though as I do this daily, the time will inevitably come. But that's not my goal. My goal is to learn, grow spiritually, and practice it better. I've believed in God all my life, but never really took many of the suggestions. I've been to countless jails due to using, federal prison for multiple years, watched my fiance die 2 weeks before our wedding, was left as a single parent. Life has been difficult. The drug use only exacerbated it. I'm so ready to grow and leave all of that behind me. I'm 34, and went in and out of using countless times. So I'm not naive or inexperienced. People in my area, VA, are dying constantly from heroine use. A lot of them do use IV and maybe that makes death come faster. I don't know. But I know at this age, and a lot of it being primarily fentanyl in this area now, the last two times I quit cold turkey, and my body suffered greatly like never before. I even had to call an ambulance once...which I'd never do..to embarrassing in my mind, but for the first time ever, I believed I was moments from death. It's not too embarrassing then. As I want to live. I'm grateful for finding this room. I go to AA, I have a sponsor, working the steps, 2 service positions etc. But it's nice to have this resource. I got PTSD watching my fiance die, a sudden and gruesome death. I never treated it. Now that I have more clean time, and am more determined than I have ever been, those feelings are coming up again. Well many new feelings are. It's like having a brain transfer....dealing with things high, then dealing with things sober. So I've decided to finally get an occasional counselor / therapist perhaps, but definitely get the ptsd treatments. Anyway, I just wanted to introduce myself.