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... Just wanted to let you know what is going on with me. This is my first post, first time on these boards, and hopefully I won't be banned for anything I say. ... (4 replies)
AA vs. RR
Sep 30, 2003
... only has four months to live, so he decides he wants to fulfill his dream of building his own house. He "enlists" the help of his estranged and "troubled" son, and through the process they become closer and there are a lot of links between his relationship with his father, and his relationship with his son. ... (48 replies)
AA vs. RR
Sep 30, 2003
... only has four months to live, so he decides he wants to fulfill his dream of building his own house. He "enlists" the help of his estranged and "troubled" son, and through the process they become closer and there are a lot of links between his relationship with his father, and his relationship with his son. ... (48 replies)

... but very successful professionals. My mother scared the hell out of me about street drugs. I grew up refusing to hang around anyone who did drugs. My sister and I were good kids, affluent, responsible, etc. I refused to try drugs. I think this was because she constantly scared us with stories. ... (52 replies)
... mitrex relieved my headaches. There were many, many instances when I went to E.R.'s claiming that non of the other medications worked. Clearly, I was an addict and even if I never had another hy,eadache I wanted, craved and searched for a way to get those pills. ... (3 replies)
... I would be interested in hearing. I have been off of vicodin for 11 days and I do think that some support would do well with the mental aspect of the addiction. ... (5 replies)
Hello!
Jan 17, 2005
... Hello "youngster!" - TY so much for checking up on me! Hey "kid" I need it! I'm currently on "the last day before another scheduled reduction" & I might stay put until I'm ready to make this drop. I had researched/read other taper posts before I started my plan, & this "hmmm, too much too soon?" syndrome is not a shocker. Patty, any & every day "on track" is a victory to me, &... (11 replies)
... I probably owe it to you that my life is already so much more sane than it was even a week ago, when I first phoned an addictionologist and attended my first NA meeting... ... (17 replies)
... Welcome to the Board. Like Goddess and others here, the Subutex has been my tool to help me back from the black word of addiction to a point where I am, once again, able to remember just what "normal" means...as in "sitting on the grass, taking in the delicious smell of a new mown lawn".... ... (59 replies)
... I'm not pointing the finger at physicians, just know that there's a need for more education about the disease among the medical profession, ESPECIALLY when the addiction is known and one is in early recovery. ... (38 replies)
Bad day screw up:(
Jan 17, 2005
... that you are incapable of dealing with your addiction on your own. NA meetings were planned, and you are posting. What a GREAT start! ... (5 replies)
... I saw your post as I was cruising the messages today and although I have a low level addiction to vicodin which I am tapering off of I will give you my best thoughts on this. From what I understand it is the first five days that are the worst. ... (39 replies)
... Thank you! Yes, some people think its overkill for Vicodin and maybe it is. BUT the after part is what Im talking about. The staying clean is the portion of the recovery process I never manage to sustain. So yes methadone vs. pills is like stallions vs ponies. ... (15 replies)
... Hello, I am new here, and wanted to post my story. Im 50 yrs old, and was taking 6mg of suboxone every day for 8 straight years. Long story sort, I ran out of money, and had no choice but to quit cold turkey. ... (1 replies)
... to the post on the doctor stopping the Clonadine for the patient detoxing, but not completely off yet. Hope you get this. First I got so upset reading your post and some others on Suboxone detox that I joined the forum. The first time ever for me. ... (1 replies)
... I am having a really tough time still and am ready to go back to the vics just to feel "normal" again and have the energy I need to get a job and get back on my feet. ... (8 replies)
... Yea I know exactly what you mean. Sometimes I honestly feel smarter than the doctors. After all the research i've done, and I'm sure all of you have too...I feel like I should be my own doctor now. All the "real" one's do is get us addicted to one substance after another. ... (12 replies)
Im back!!
Apr 17, 2006
... Good luck to both of you. I've been reading your stories and cheering you on! Addiction can be so powerful, but we all have the power to be successful at overcoming it. I quit cold turkey last September and am doing pretty well. ... (15 replies)
Mental Cravings
Dec 1, 2003
... Percocet, and Oxycontin habit where I also took the pills daily. ... (5 replies)
... There is no one way for everyone, you must find what works for you. I found that it was to hard for me to tamper and just jumped. When I would try to tamper I would take just enough of the pills to keep myself comfortable during the withdrawls. ... (7 replies)




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