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... I have had serious bouts of depressin my entire adult life. With the derpression comes very low energy. Vikes were the perfect cure all. They made me happy and gave me energy. Why did I blow almost three months of being clean to use again? ... (14 replies)
... I think once the pain lessened and I kept taking the pills I got the "high" from them that others talk about experiencing. ... (18 replies)
... Hi there! I don't know anything about suboxone, so can't offer any advice there, but I just wanted to drop by and offer my support. ... (13 replies)

... I'm sorry. I agree with Jam. My psych who was seeing me for benzo addiction had a mantra, "No patient I've ever treated has ever died from a lack of sleep." Really ticked me off every time he said it. ... (58 replies)
... Hello from are not alone!! Let me tell you a little about myself. I am an addict who had been clean for over 15 years. Herion and methadone were my demons. I went cold turkey and went thru the most nightmarish withdrawls imaginable. ... (14 replies)
... I'm a recovering alcoholic but current vicodin addict. There isn't a whole lot I can say except that I really hope you are ok and are feeling better since you wrote this. I'm sorry AA didn't work for you, it has done wonders for me. ... (2 replies)
... I do feel your pain! I was hooked on Vicodin after my knee surgery. I finished my 1st bottle of 45 pills in 4 days. My ortho refilled the script but told me to only take 1 every 6 hours. ... (6 replies)
... There are no hard and fast rules, however this seems to be the thinking in most 12 step groups that it is best to stay away from all mind altering chemicals including alcohol. ... (4 replies)
... I just want to take a sec and thank all of you for not only supporting everyone else on this board including Froggirl, but to thank you for supporting me. ... (8 replies)
... Hi All. Here's some background and then my question. ... (0 replies)
... First and formost, most people, addicts included, either don't know or don't believe that addiction is a very real, very physcial disease. We are not addicts because we are weak and we don't have trouble quitting for that reason either. ... (13 replies)
... Wow, you truly needed to vent, and that is SO important in every addicts recovery. You probably know this already, but you have come SO far! ... (13 replies)
... hopefully triumphant TAPER OFF OF VICODIN PLAN! ... (8 replies)
... don't want to be argumentative BodyMechanic, but I just think you made a critical error in your line of thinking in responding to the poster. Just hear me out, and we can agree to disagree if it comes to that! ... (12 replies)
... what I was "doing" to let him know that I was having a big problem and I really wanted to come clean to someone. I also knew my Dr. of at that time, 10 years...was one of the most compassionate people I've ever met... ... (4 replies)
... I'm so sorry that it seems you are in quite a delima over this. It's quite obvious that you are in conflict over what you know is right and wrong when it comes to recovery. I can say that I agree with everything Reach has to say, with the exception of one thing, "it's a hard call". ... (7 replies)
Jul 31, 2005
... While it is true that we addicts are ultimately to blame for our condition, there are countless cases in which pharma companies market new drugs as nonaddictive and then find out that they are. Not that I think it's deliberate. ... (48 replies)
... Constant, I reread my post and it came up as kind of rude and I didn't mean it that way at all. It's just the way I said it, as I typed real quickly this morning. My appologies. The big picuture here is this. ... (19 replies)
... To one who said that this woman is still scared and traumatized and will calm down when I go to treatment,I'm beginning not to think so. ... (35 replies)
... I'm so glad my response was helpful to you. One thing I'm learning is that it helps me in my own recovery to be able to help others who are suffering from something similar. ... (26 replies)

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