"I am wondering if it is dangerous to cease using Oxy after 6 months. The last month has included some binges of 500 - 900 mg / day. Those were rare. I am helping a friend taper down, and he says he has the will power to stop and take the..."
"Yes, I am also a lover of dogs, a we recently purchased a new black lab. keeps me busy. MY mainly felt broken down knowing that I was once "happy joyous, and free" as AA taught me to be, and then made a decision that could have kicked ..."
Just a quick note to say hi! and to say thanks for inviting me to be your friend may i ask what made you want to ask me to be your friend ??? Ihope you are doing better with your w/d iwill be here if you ever need to talk! You can get through this !!! I will be praying for you !!! Im here
Tapering is hard. It takes a lot of discipline and you will still feel WD. But when you are busy....no easy way. I am day 39 clean and it is surprising hard to not use again as soon as the same old problems come back. This helps me. Keep posting it really helps.
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