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I started huffing spray paint when I was 18, after using it in a school project. It smelled soooooo good, and I told myself I just wanted to smell it. At first, I wasn't getting high. But I craved more and more, and noticed that I started feeling lightheaded. After I ran out of the spray, and realized that plenty of people could smell it every time I sprayed it, I stopped, but began to feel withdrawls.
Working in an office setting, I came in contact with liquid white out. No one could smell me using it and I would huff it for years! I stopped, after 7 years of using because I got engaged to be married. I had lots of cravings for it,but never touched the stuff.
I now have 2 kids (4 and 2 years old). I'm 35 years old ND am a house wife. My husband and I decided to spray paint our kids toy chest and, because so much time had gone by, I didn't think I would be affected...but the craving grabbed a hold of me so strong! I knew I couldn't indulge with kids around, so that was enough for me to not do it. But two days ago, I was painting my nails and started huffing the Polish. Now I can't stop. The addiction has got a hold of me again, and I feel so ashamed...especially after being clean for so long.