About Me: Female, 50, Los Angeles, CA, member since May 2009
I have spent over 20 years in the healthcare field and love it. Unfortunately like millions of Americans in this country I am presently unemployed.
I am engaged to be mar
[More]ried, my fiance and I have been dating for several years but he lives with his chronically ill mother which is what is delaying the neptuals.
NY2CAL, I feel the pain and straights that you must be in. Yes the addiction may be psychological, but tram is also a physically addictive as well. "Synthetic" opiate simply means that it is "man made", but it is an opiate nonetheless and with your history (and mine), this drug should not have been prescribed for either or us. If you ever decide to stop, I think that you can win this battle, but only if you declare WAR against the trams. There are a lot of caring people at this site who can offer suggestions in such case. Good luck to you. Fred
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