So 30 days per step should be plenty of time for you to adjust to each lower dose level.It may seem a little excessive, but that’s intentional…you could probably lower your physical addiction appropriately in just 2 weeks or so, but with 30 days you’ve also habitualized the lower dose to the point of not being self-conscious about it anymore, and that’s important. Hold the dosage level until you feel OK, and then hold for a little longer still, just to make sure. The more you can do this during the quitting process, the less traumatic it’s going to be to take less Adderall.When you choose the step-down method (over cold-turkey), it will take longer to be totally sober, but if you can do it successfully it will be less damaging to your immediate environment (work, relationships, etc), and more healthy in terms of your brain recovering its ability to produce your happy juices on its own.Really, the step-down method is a great way to go if you can do it successfully. My problem with the step-down method is not that it’s not healthy or not “purist” or something like that — it’s that so few people seem to be able to do it successfully.When professional psychologists wean somebody off a drug, they’ll often try a “take it every other day” approach. It forces your brain to coast a bit farther on one day’s dose, and helps it get used to not having the drug, without traumatizing your brain by immediately taking it away forever.The straight way to say this is “don’t take it on weekends anymore”.Weighing the Consequences Advancing the Relationship Making the Relationship Work Dealing with Disappointment Community Q&A We’ve all been there—you find yourself developing feelings for a friend, but you’re not sure how to proceed.Worst of all, your love interest is none the wiser, or they’re content to continue thinking of you as just a friend.
World Possible is a Nonprofit Organization with a mission to connect offline learners to the world's knowledge.This way you’ve got somebody else to be accountable to (helps you commit to it because he’s going to write you lower scripts whether you like it or not).Tell your doctor that you want progressively lower doses.You’ve entered the dreaded “friend zone.” But before you despair, you should know that there’s a way out.Remember that your relationship with your friend is like any other, and that it can grow and undergo changes.Match wits and see if you can guess the most popular answers. We encourage you to use the list responsibly and to contribute your own submission via the FORUMS (or at least share what you know stategy-wise or join the discussion! If you like Facebook The Price Is Right, we have full lists for all the contestant’s row prices, price is right pricing games, and showcases as well!