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Searching

Springfield, NJ

#1 Jan 9, 2013
Any suggestions on a rehab? Good or bad....anything will be appreciated...desperate.
helping u

Charleston, WV

#2 Jan 9, 2013
Searching wrote:
Any suggestions on a rehab? Good or bad....anything will be appreciated...desperate.
If you're addicted to an opiate ("pain Pills" such as lortab) try suboxone.
Wvgal

United States

#3 Jan 9, 2013
Highland
Addict

Charleston, WV

#4 Jan 9, 2013
Southway south charleston help me, but iam still fighting one day at a time, been on meth for twenty years dont give up
Addict

Charleston, WV

#5 Jan 9, 2013
Searching wrote:
Any suggestions on a rehab? Good or bad....anything will be appreciated...desperate.
dont give up keep trying and praying and fighting! DO NOT GIVE UP!!! One day at a time
Searching

Springfield, NJ

#6 Jan 9, 2013
Wow,YOU all have given me HOPE. I will check out Southway tomorrow.
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Wondering

Charleston, WV

#8 Jan 10, 2013
If you don't mind me asking "Searching", what are you addicted to? I may be able to offer some tips to ease withdrawls. Wishing the best for you :)
Searching

Chalfont, PA

#9 Jan 10, 2013
Wondering wrote:
If you don't mind me asking "Searching", what are you addicted to? I may be able to offer some tips to ease withdrawls. Wishing the best for you :)
iv roxy, sometimes iv meth when i don't have the $$ for a pill.
Addict

Charleston, WV

#10 Jan 10, 2013
Searching wrote:
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iv roxy, sometimes iv meth when i don't have the $$ for a pill.
did u contact southway? Some meetings r great but u have to find meeting where people want to be there not made to be there by court.
Wondering

Charleston, WV

#11 Jan 11, 2013
Searching wrote:
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iv roxy, sometimes iv meth when i don't have the $$ for a pill.
I don't know much about Meth withdrawl, but I would think taking some OTC sudafed could ease the symptoms as it will give you energy. As far as roxy...you're going to feel nervous, nauseaus, and like you're losing your mind. Withdrawls are not only physical, they are also mental. Your brain and emotions are used to the opiates in the roxy. I would suggest taking a couple days off work if possible. You'll want to have a big bottle of acetiminophen(Tylenol) handy. You'll also want to have sleeping pills. You won't feel like eating much for a few days, but force yourself to eat healthy foods (lean meat, fruits and veggies). Take a multivitamin and B vitamin if you have access to them. Take a couple hot baths everyday(this helps with sore muscles). Have someone give you a massage if possible to ease the soreness. Also, try to keep yourself somewhat busy, such as reading a good book or spending an evening in with a friend. I hope this helps and I'm wishing the best for you! YOU CAN DO THIS! The choices we make in our weakest moments, define who we are.:) Sending love your way!!!
MsKamish

Charleston, WV

#12 Jan 11, 2013
Don't forget to take Lomotil for the "poo's".....Immodium if you can't get the RX kind.
Best of luck....it will be a daily struggle worth going thru. Remember that today is the first day of the rest of your LIFE!
Get high

Martinsburg, WV

#13 Jan 11, 2013
Rehab is really nothing more than a joke...

After a while the counselor will tell you the same old line that is told to the others which is you have an addictive personality and to stay away from the people you know that use drugs.

In all honesty I found it to be a great place to meet other addicts that had better connections than I did.

Honestly" all you will get out of it is more connections and more dope!
let me tell you!!!

Winfield, WV

#14 Jan 11, 2013
If your addicted to roxys try getting on suboxone. It will help you from being dope sick and it in conjunction with counseling you can get drug free, but you have to be committed to your sobriety; of that's with any type of treatment you choose. Nothing will work if your not 100% sure you are ready:) I know of a few places you can go to get in a suboxone program if you're interested!
Get High

Martinsburg, WV

#15 Jan 11, 2013
@Let me tell you

Why do you feel the need to get someones hopes up when all along you know it won't work.

Ever heard of an ex crack head? Well the same holds true with pills. Stop giving false hope. You must be one of those dime store counselors who get paid by the amount of people you heard through your office in a day.

You leaches are nothing more than rip off artists gouging Uncle Sam.

A person will stop doing drugs once the money runs out or they go to jail. Period!
recovering

Vinton, VA

#16 Jan 11, 2013
Get High wrote:
@Let me tell you
Why do you feel the need to get someones hopes up when all along you know it won't work.
Ever heard of an ex crack head? Well the same holds true with pills. Stop giving false hope. You must be one of those dime store counselors who get paid by the amount of people you heard through your office in a day.
You leaches are nothing more than rip off artists gouging Uncle Sam.
A person will stop doing drugs once the money runs ou. t or they go to jail. Period!
you really don't know what you're talking about...I am a recovering addict and have been clean for 2 years now. I did pain pills and heroin and it was the worst time of my life. I finally realized I needed to get my sh*t together for myself and my family. I got into a suboxone program and it saved my life. There are several people in the program that are also clean and recovering, I know some people abuse it but it is possible to turn your life around if you have a good support system and stay away from people like you. To the original poster I wish you good luck and I hope you get the help you need.
Get High

Martinsburg, WV

#17 Jan 11, 2013
Recovering

Yea yea yea! Bet if I laid out a good line of cocaine and a shot of good scotch you would down them both like you were headed to the electric chair. When I say cocaine I mean the kind that has some yellow mixed in with it.

Once an addict always an addict, the catch is to find a way to balance getting high and maintaining dignity.

And personally I feel I have it mastered.
knows

Hansford, WV

#18 Jan 11, 2013
Get High wrote:
@Let me tell you
Why do you feel the need to get someones hopes up when all along you know it won't work.
Ever heard of an ex crack head? Well the same holds true with pills. Stop giving false hope. You must be one of those dime store couinselors who get paid by the amount of people you heard through your office in a day.
You leaches are nothing more than rip off artists gouging Uncle Sam.
A person will stop doing drugs once the money runs out or they go to jail. Period!
i know plenty of people that are ex addicts! if someone really wants to get sober they can! but they have to be commited to it! it is one of the hardest things you will ever do in your life. if you havent been there yourself dont judge someone else struggles! most current addicts i know HAVR BEEN to jail and if they really want a high it doesnt matter how broke they are, they will find it! it doent help to tell someone trying to quit that they cant do it because they need all the support they can get because it rough! to the op if your really commited to getting sober DONT GIVE UP! you CAN do this!
medic77

Charleston, WV

#19 Jan 12, 2013
as a medical professional and someone that deals hands on with recovery, I can tell you that while no, not everyone will get clean and stay clean. SOME DO. IT CAN BE DONE!!! you just have to want it bad enough
recovering

Altavista, VA

#20 Jan 13, 2013
Get High wrote:
Recovering
Yea yea yea! Bet if I laid out a good line of cocaine and a shot of good scotch you would down them both like you were headed to the electric chair. When I say cocaine I mean the kind that has some yellow mixed in with it.
Once an addict always an addict, the catch is to find a way to balance getting high and maintaining dignity.
And personally I feel I have it mastered.
Coke was never my drug of choice and I've never done meth or crack if that's what you mean by yellow..I don't like drinking either and if I do have a drink its most definatly not scotch...I will always be a recovering addict and that's something I have to live with for the rest of my life but I am strong enough to know I dont want to go back down that road. There's no such thing as an ex addict, you will always be an addict but you can be a recovering addict and be strong enough to stay away from your triggers and say no. I wish anyone going through this struggle good luck and be strong! You can do it!
Get High

Martinsburg, WV

#21 Jan 14, 2013
@ recovery

Damned son you didn't do cocaine, crack or meth nor did you drink and you say you're in recovery? For what?

I like to smoke pot and snort coke and occasionally do a little meth and drink alchol. No pills just the drugs to get me up not down. I have never tried heroin and i am pretty sure I won't.

Just what are you in recovery for?

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