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hi there, your story is the oppisate of mine, however its me haveing the drug problem and my hubby went to rehab 6yrs ago and remained clean ever since (thank the lord) but i am still an addict and was a lover of percocet for 7yrs and i went to a rapid detox last april and relapsed 3mth later and oxcis became my best friend but to make a long story short my husband new my addiction and because of his rehab and research he knew how to deal with me and to lecture or theaten was certainly not the way, he patiently would bring it up once in awhile and ask how i was doing and i didnt like that part of it but it was only out of concern, i to went to rehab and learned alot about addictions and i think that helped me alot in my progress, well last week i decided to quit the oxys completely and wheen myself off opiates in my way i new how and so far its working, what i did was stop oxys and when i felt anxiety i would take percocet 2 of them in fact and took away withdrawals, then because percs where my best friend for 7yrs i thought i would take an opiate i didnt like so my friend gave me 8 morphine pills to get me thought the week, one in the morn and one at night for the first 2 days (didnt have much withdrawals) nothing to speak of anyways then i went down to one a day and today i will take the last one tonight before bed so i can sleep but i am hoping thats it and i am aware there is still chances of withdrawal but i am ready for them, as for your hubby its the addiction thats overpowering him not him and in rehab u learn its a disease thats so hard to cure, i am sure he loves u so much and hates what hes doing but hes scared of the withdrawals like i was at first..if u can afford it the rapid detox is amazing and i think its the best way of getting off drugs if your heart is in it, i dont think mine was at the time because i relapsed but maybe its helpping me now during my weening process right now cause i have no cravings, etc, i just cannot believe how the past week went but please get your hubby into rehab or a rapid detox (pretty expensive) but a quick way to get off drugs with little to no pain afterwards...he loves u dearly its only the drug thats taking over, luckily my hubby was aware of addiction and was understanding and patient with me or else he would have left long time ago and if that happened no one would be happy if yous luv each other enough...please educate yourself on the desiese and hold in there, i know u luv him and dont want this but relapse is part of recovery believe it or not and patience is so important right now for u, if he refuses rehab then u have to make major decisions...feeling so bad for u right now and i only wish the best for u...in my prayers
hi there, your story is the oppisate of mine, however its me haveing the drug problem and my hubby went to rehab 6yrs ago and remained clean ever since (thank the lord) but i am still an addict and was a lover of percocet for 7yrs and i went to a rapid detox last april and relapsed 3mth later and oxcis became my best friend but to make a long story short my husband new my addiction and because of his rehab and research he knew how to deal with me and to lecture or theaten was certainly not the way, he patiently would bring it up once in awhile and ask how i was doing and i didnt like that part of it but it was only out of concern, i to went to rehab and learned alot about addictions and i think that helped me alot in my progress, well last week i decided to quit the oxys completely and wheen myself off opiates in my way i new how and so far its working, what i did was stop oxys and when i felt anxiety i would take percocet 2 of them in fact and took away withdrawals, then because percs where my best friend for 7yrs i thought i would take an opiate i didnt like so my friend gave me 8 morphine pills to get me thought the week, one in the morn and one at night for the first 2 days (didnt have much withdrawals) nothing to speak of anyways then i went down to one a day and today i will take the last one tonight before bed so i can sleep but i am hoping thats it and i am aware there is still chances of withdrawal but i am ready for them, as for your hubby its the addiction thats overpowering him not him and in rehab u learn its a disease thats so hard to cure, i am sure he loves u so much and hates what hes doing but hes scared of the withdrawals like i was at first..if u can afford it the rapid detox is amazing and i think its the best way of getting off drugs if your heart is in it, i dont think mine was at the time because i relapsed but maybe its helpping me now during my weening process right now cause i have no cravings, etc, i just cannot believe how the past week went but please get your hubby into rehab or a rapid detox (pretty expensive) but a quick way to get off drugs with little to no pain afterwards...he loves u dearly its only the drug thats taking over, luckily my hubby was aware of addiction and was understanding and patient with me or else he would have left long time ago and if that happened no one would be happy if yous luv each other enough...please educate yourself on the desiese and hold in there, i know u luv him and dont want this but relapse is part of recovery believe it or not and patience is so important right now for u, if he refuses rehab then u have to make major decisions...feeling so bad for u right now and i only wish the best for u...in my prayers





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