i'm a very melo person. i got a good job and a good home. i just found out that my wife has just resently started smoking pain pills. any help would be great. i don't want to give up, i love her so much she is my life. but i don't have the first clue how to help he
HI my name is tammy and i have a pill addiction its the most painful to get off of their is hope its called suboxon look it up find a dr who prescribed it ..any way insurance's does not cover visits they r expensive 250$ the first and then 100$ but insurance 4 prescriptions will pat 4 the pills what it does is blocks the opioid s but gives the body an even flow of 1% opioid it also stops the urge to use and if she does on this med shell get sick thats also the point lol ive been married 17 yrs my husband has been through a lot with me and my addiction he got mad cold down right nasty at times but HE NEVER GAVE UP NOT ONCE!!!! im clean ! facebok me tammymarie mazorlle porter-maciunski if u want to talk id love that
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