Kicking oxys, 2 yr habit ,i too have been strung out on Heroin in the past, it was like another life,it was along time ago. i was clean for 8 yrs before this oxy thing. Got very succesful and still have held onto to it and dont want to lose it.Really struggling with eve
[More]rything on inside trying to hold on to it on the outside if that makes sense.Thanks for your friendship...
Legal problems are sorted, still clean going on 16 months...life is good, i hate christmas....what happened? did u taper? Glad you answered, I've missed talking to you...take care...
peace and love,
just do the next right thing,
I read your bio, and I feel ya man. I too am a recovering addict, and currently forced to kick suboxones. (The guy who had them got locked up, and now i am forced to quit) Today is the first day of my "recovery" and to be honest im scared as HELL. I am familiar with sub withdrawals and I know Im really in for it. I too became successful working as a product designer, engineer, and consultant, with a craving for opiates. I started taking them from sports injuries, then got hooked because when I did not take them, I was depressed, very tired, and moody. It would help to know how you are dealing with everything. Do you have any advice for me? keep in touch. thank you
Just a quick note to say hi! I to am trying to kick oxys did it once it was hell and i relapsed thinking I could use occasionaly yeah right well live and learn I am very scared because my husband , who I dont beleive will get clean with me and I am going to have to make him leave its his fault I relapsed well not really but his inabilaty to get clean and my inabilaty to stay clean while he is using GOOD LUCK let me hear how you are doing
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