I have been addicted to pain pills for over 10 years. The last 4 years have been a nightmare. Two years ago I decided to quit the pills. I used suboxone, and stayed clean for 2 months. It was a brutal 2 months though. I didn't take into consideration, that I started usi
[More]ng prescrition pills because of severe pain.I figured that I would go through some withdrawls and then feel like my old self. Instead, I was in such physical pain, mainly in my back, that I could not enjoy my life. Every day revolved around my pain. I couldn't escape it. I tried meditation, yoga, jacuzzis, everything. After 2 months, I went back to the pain pills. The last 2 years have been hellish. My days revolve around oxy's. This has put a huge strain on my marriage, and my self esteem has plummeted to the bottom. I want my life back! I am afraid of the pain I will be left with, and the debilitating lack of energy. I'm scared.
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