Just a quick note to say hi
Hi. I'm a new horse owner and I suffer from a codeine addiction. I'm clean 4 days now but noticed you have horses. I didn't know they could take robaxal...Nice to meet you I'm Linda. I rescued a horse in July...she is 20 and was sooo neglected. she's good now.
Hi. Just read your post about being clean of subox for over a year... that's awesome!! I'm on subox after having an oxy problem. Anyway, it was just nice to read that you've been clean for so long. Congratulations! A couple Q's regarding subox: did you have a hard time tapering? how did it feel when you completely stopped subox (ie. any w/d's)? Thanks for your time.
Just a quick note to say hi! Don't give into those cravings...they will pass. Many people seem to get cravings right after their year anniversary. You've come too far to go back and spring is such a nice anniversary date. GBU, Corey
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