About Me: Female, 54, OKC, OK, member since Jun 2007
I am a workaholic Capricorn, I am a speech pathologist and work in the medical field. We also have a music studio in our home and are involved in the production of independent films and music. I have been on Methadone for 9 months and have no idea what to do from here.
[More] I just keep floating along in a big bubble of denial.
"Some people consider weed as their anti-depressant. I know my best friend must have it every night, but, her life is in control, she has her M.S. and works everyday making a 3-figure salary. Is your life out of control?"
Just a quick note to say hi! I Know its been its been a long time since talked. I hope all is going well with you! I miss our little chats about Miss Thing. I thin you know who I am talking about. I am still on the suboxone althought down to 4mg twice a day. And I feel great. Living with a girl in central FL. Although she does not have a problem with drugs or alcohol. Thank God for that. Drop me a line and let me know whats up. Miss You Much ------Noah---2009
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