About Me: Male, 37, glasgow, United Kingdom, member since May 2013
Hi guys I'm a drug addict and looking for advice and support while I'm detoxing from methadone, I am a very interesting person but untill I get clean I am putting all my focus on becoming clean after 17yrs
Jon I want to encourage you , wirh GOD all things are possible. Keep your eyes on the prize. The chains And bondage of addiction are broken in the name of JESUS. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I can't thank you enough for your thoughtful & candid response on my thread last night. Nice Work! I asked those questions not only to broaden my perspective, help MH in general but also to better help the folks I try to help in PM's. So, your answers were really helpful and will be an integral part of that.
All good things your way!
Just a quick note to say hi and see how you're doing on the taper? Just know Medhelp people are the Best! They helped me and still do....stay with us keep posting...we're here for you!
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