Dude, I feel 'normal' whatever that means....it's a hard thing to describe. Physically I feel good. I have no drug induced lack of energy but I can be lazy (by choice). I have no physical symptoms...I have had very few due to my slow taper, and I suspect the same will happen for you... there will be some I'm sure but I have a feeling you will be all good. Think of jumping as a release from the torture and torment....you will be free CheeZ.
I do, however, have an 'over thinking' problem. At first I thought it was subs/or lack of that caused the influx of constant thoughts, but now I just think it's 'me'. The thought thing is funny because for years my mind was zombified... I was on auto pilot which was an unfortunate way to live for 20+ years. Now I feel like I'm constantly considering options due to various factors when before, I just didn't care. Self-reflection can be a bitch too. This is something I didn't realize I lacked until the paws stage of 3-6 months. I had no fucking clue how brain dead I was until every emotion came crashing down around me. This was by far, the most difficult thing for me....to realize I didn't know who I was. I was new. I am new. I decided I would stop fighting it and roll with the punches...I will be this new me and stop comparing myself to who I thought I was....I am not that person. I am gracious for the opportunity to move forward without orange octagons, and if I have to be different...so be it.
Sleep isn't as great as I'd like it to be but I think it's stress induced. I really don't sleep much...probably 5-6 hours a night and it's hard to fall asleep. I have anxious dreams and I sleep light...again, this is probably just me as a person. I have a fuck load of stress at work sometimes and it spills over into bedtime. I find myself psyching myself out prior to going to bed which makes everything worse. Sometimes I take Motrin and it helps calm me, but I try to only do this when I really need to.
Honestly, I can't compare to the first month... it's a different animal from where I am now. Everything has had phases and transitions into the next step. I think the first 2 months were some the happiest times though.... I felt giddy and newborn. Colors were brighter and everything was great... I laughed harder and I was so fucking proud of myself for the excruciating long and difficult road I traveled. It has been a long journey, that's for sure. It can be done.