ive bee on oxycontin 80 mg 3 times a day.i immigerated to america at 6 months old 44 yrs ago i never took my citizinship test and got deported after getting into trouble..i got deported to syria in the middle of a war zone i sit in my room all day i need to get off the pills here they dont have medical help for addiction they hink u are worthless and b better off dead its a third world country..i need to get my mind back on track so i can figure a way out of here i cat speak arabic im a christion wich is about 5 percent of the country..ill never see my wife or kids again nor my mom brothers or sister so it will b super hard on me to quit its he only release i have..can someoe please give me somewords ofencourgement so i can see some light at the end of this very dark tunnel..thank you...fred
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