This is a new group started the FIRST DAY OF THE YEAR 2012 started for people that are wanting to get off Methadone and/or Suboxone. Please post your experiences because the worst part of getting clean of these synthetic opiates is "THE UNKNOWN"
I'm sick of who i am today, My sister passed away 4 yrs ago. I was sad didnt want to do anything but cry, a friend asked me to do some pain pills and i come alive again. After 3 yrs i hated who i was, Having w/ds bad a friend give me a small pile of subs, Up my nose it went, 20 mins later i felt so normal again. now 1 yr later i hate me and want off this ride. Need help to stop, what slould i get to help.
welcome to the crowd... Weather it's pain pills, heroin, sub or methadone you are in the trap. You are a slave to the drug. You depend on it and whoever is the supplier... The clinics know they have the patients on puppet strings!
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