Hey I wanted to let you know something: They don't test you for STD's when you enter rehab. I am sorry to hear what you are going through; however, it makes you a stronger person to go through something like this. You have to let the pill dissolve under your tongue for ten minutes. Trust me, if the doc said that she should swallow it then he is retarted and you have to take her to someone else because that is not going to help her. Make sure that you watch her take the pill. Good luck with rverything and if you need advice, I am here. Karen
Your situation grabs me...... I don't mean that in an offensive way, its just that I am fighting this alone and I see people that have someone like yourself. My best friends boyfriend has taken a lot of lies and crap from her but he wants to see her healthy again. She loves him but she still messes things up, its just hard. I wish I could feel safe in my relationship.
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