Thank you for your message....i need all the friends i can get right now, i'm now beginning to think that my xanax's are making me more and more depressed....how did u get off your xanax's? i'm scared too...before my best friend passed away i was taking the xanax only like once every 3 days, or even once or twice a week. that's was it. i've heard about going to detox and getting on suboxene...what do u think?
Hi, I just read one of your posts and you said your were on Xanax for some time. Im taking it for about 2 months at .25 4 times daily. How was your withdrawal. Was it hard in the beginning or did it get easier? Thanks for your help!!!
Thank you for your input on my question about xanax's ....yes i know that i'm getting addicted to them, especially since my bf passed away from a massive heart attack in 2006. i've been worse ever since
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