About Me: Male, 48, huber heights, OH, member since Feb 2008
I am medicaly retired us army infantry medic and a Certifed Occupational Therapist Assistant from the army. I was on lorcets 10/650's for 4 1/2 years.
Such a person, when faced with a problem, tends to think, "I know I should take action, but it will be very difficult." When it is time to act, this kind of person tends to turn away. Someone who perseveres will rise to the challenge however, determining, "It will be very difficult, but I must take action."
Often the biggest obstacle in meeting life's challenges is actually our own fear of failure. But it is not failure that we should fear. The only real failure comes when we allow our fear to prevent us from taking on new and unknown challenges.
Just about every important figure in history has in fact lived a life marked by one mishap after another. But these individuals rose up again after every setback, prodded on by a spirit that refuses to concede defeat and relishes challenge, to eventually crown their lives with victory.
Even if you have problems, even if you have done things you regret, or have made mistakes, your whole future still lies ahead of you. If you can just keep moving forward, telling yourself, "I'll start from today," "I'll start afresh from now, from this moment," then a whole new world of possibilities will open up before you.
"the easiest way is get him thrown in jail then he will be forced to get clean and into a rehab setting then get away from it all... you need to take control of your life and this will be the fastest way to do it "
"Tapering is the best way to go about it. There are several non Narcotic meds you can take to lesson the withdrawals one is clonidine it will help with the anxiety like symptoms Potassium supplements can help with the RLS just be ready to..."
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