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Milly

Jonesborough, TN

#1 Jan 7, 2013
We have a new problem here in Tn. It pisses me off when people give this crap out and it ends up in our teens hands at school.
Highway2Hell

Morganton, NC

#2 Jan 7, 2013
Milly wrote:
We have a new problem here in Tn. It pisses me off when people give this crap out and it ends up in our teens hands at school.
Don't get on here a moaning about it,if you have FACT'S about it go to your L E Office and report it !
Concerned

Ridgewood, NY

#3 Jan 8, 2013
Here are the FACTS:

www.SuboxoneAbuse.Wordpress.com

Tons of information and references about the Suboxone problem in this country...

Share this link with your local police and lawmakers....

Johannes
please

United States

#4 Jan 8, 2013
Concerned wrote:
Here are the FACTS:
www.SuboxoneAbuse.Wordpress.com
Tons of information and references about the Suboxone problem in this country...
Share this link with your local police and lawmakers....
Johannes
So that article that came up at ur link mentioned suboxone but the actual cause of the girls overdose was heroin. Or possibly mixing suboxone with heroin. Suboxone is not a terrible drug when taken as intended legally! Anyone can take a drug, even over the counter, and abuse it and even overdose and die. I know many ppl that wld not be alive today if it were not for suboxone, but they took it right. U can't use it as a fall back if u can't find ur "usual" drug as mixing it with other drugs can be deadly. Also once u start it to get off drugs, u have to level out on it and then begin to taper it until u get to where u taper urself off of it as it was intended. There is always gonna be someone who doesn't take something correctly which yes does make it dangerous, also getting it and selling it on the streets should not be done but unfortunately ppl do. If it wasn't so expensive to see a dr and pay for the prescription when ppl genuinly want help and want to get off drugs, there wldnt be as many ppl selling to try to pay for their nxt visit and prescription, this still doesn't make it right to sell it, but its a shame that a lot of ppl who want help and get sober can't freakin afford it!!!!!!!!!! Another thing, suboxone does not make a person "high" unless it is taken in a way that it isn't intended to be!!!!
Concerned

Ridgewood, NY

#5 Jan 8, 2013
@please - There are hundreds of articles on that website. You mention only one. There are numerous government warnings about the dangers of Suboxone. As far as whether or not Suboxne helps addicts, look at this website: www.subsux.com . These people are trying to get off of Suboxone. It is an addictive narcotic drug. You are just exchanging one addiction for another...

Sorry, I can't agree with you.
please

United States

#6 Jan 8, 2013
Concerned wrote:
@please - There are hundreds of articles on that website. You mention only one. There are numerous government warnings about the dangers of Suboxone. As far as whether or not Suboxne helps addicts, look at this website: www.subsux.com . These people are trying to get off of Suboxone. It is an addictive narcotic drug. You are just exchanging one addiction for another...
Sorry, I can't agree with you.
Well not everyone is gonna agree with me but not everyone who goes on it can't come off of it! Suboxone gave me my family back. My husband was on...well you name it and he did it, we lost everything bc of his addiction. He got on suboxone and took it as its intended to be taken and now he's been clean for almost 3 yrs, we got our own house again and cars to drive and we are doing awesome not to mention my 7 year old son has an awesome dad and a healthy loving family that's gives him everything he needs and most of what he wants bc we can. Before, me and him had no future as I was ready to divorce and become a single mom and my son have no dad.......my worst nightmare to be honest. Coming off suboxone is a decision that takes strong inner will and drive and I think a lot of ppl think that suboxone is "the miracle drug" that will get u off drugs magically, but it doesn't do it on its own and most addicts want something to do what's "hard to do" and not have to do anything themselves and until they have the will and self control they won't be successful and yes its just trading one addiction for the other. I just want u to know that its has and will help ppl and give them their lives back bf its too late, but I do know there is also gonna be the other end of the spectrum.
what tha

United States

#7 Jan 9, 2013
Anything worth having is worth the work you put into [email protected]....because i know the situation i agree that was best for your family!

LIKE PLEASE SAID USE AS INTENDED, AND WILL POWER! LAY OFF ASS!!!!
sus

Kingsport, TN

#8 Jan 9, 2013
Shut the Hell up "what tha" . You don't know as much as you let on. Get daddy to send you back to college and waste some more money! Dick!
please

United States

#9 Jan 9, 2013
sus wrote:
Shut the Hell up "what tha" . You don't know as much as you let on. Get daddy to send you back to college and waste some more money! Dick!
NO YOU SHUT THE HELL UP!!!! "What tha" actually knows a hell of a lot more than I wld ever dream of putting on here and trust me u know NOTHING about what tha or me for that matter so go ahead and pull ur big ass foot outta your mouth, that is if u can!! What tha has a college degree, has worked his ass off, and will be happy doing what he went to school for and making a shit ton of money, and who cares if his dad did pay for it, at least his dad wants him to have a good future and its prob one of the best investments he's ever made, don't be jelous! Most ppl don't have the chance to have a good education paid for and I think its awesome. We know u prob didn't even finish elementary school and are too stupid to even get to college nevermind pass a damn class. Mind ur own business, this was a terrible time in my life (that know nothing about) that turned out for the best and ur post was completely uncalled for. He happens to be a very good friend of mine and recognized who's story that was without actually knowing it was me, but like I said he's a very good friend who was just saying that he was happy that things turned out the way they did, especially for my son! Keep ur smart ass comments to urself, and don't insult a friend of mine, seriously!!
let it be

Kingsport, TN

#10 Jan 9, 2013
please wrote:
<quoted text>
Well not everyone is gonna agree with me but not everyone who goes on it can't come off of it! Suboxone gave me my family back. My husband was on...well you name it and he did it, we lost everything bc of his addiction. He got on suboxone and took it as its intended to be taken and now he's been clean for almost 3 yrs, we got our own house again and cars to drive and we are doing awesome not to mention my 7 year old son has an awesome dad and a healthy loving family that's gives him everything he needs and most of what he wants bc we can. Before, me and him had no future as I was ready to divorce and become a single mom and my son have no dad.......my worst nightmare to be honest. Coming off suboxone is a decision that takes strong inner will and drive and I think a lot of ppl think that suboxone is "the miracle drug" that will get u off drugs magically, but it doesn't do it on its own and most addicts want something to do what's "hard to do" and not have to do anything themselves and until they have the will and self control they won't be successful and yes its just trading one addiction for the other. I just want u to know that its has and will help ppl and give them their lives back bf its too late, but I do know there is also gonna be the other end of the spectrum.
Thank you for your honesty and story about the struggles with addiction. Your right, it may not be the easiest cure, but anythings better than the instability of the daily life of a drug addict. I wish you luck, and the mental stride to keep moving forward.
please

United States

#11 Jan 9, 2013
let it be wrote:
<quoted text> Thank you for your honesty and story about the struggles with addiction. Your right, it may not be the easiest cure, but anythings better than the instability of the daily life of a drug addict. I wish you luck, and the mental stride to keep moving forward.
Thank you! No its not easy to overcome addiction and even after one gets sober, it is still a constant struggle, and daily at that. Getting sober is a lot harder than being an addict, and unless you've personally been thru it, its viewed as the opposite. It wasn't easy for anyone involved and it affects everyone, and I mean everyone, whether you know them or not, but I would go thru all of it again to get where we are today. To know my son and our family have a bright future and not one filled with drugs and uncertainty, is the most peaceful and comforting feeling imaginable. I truly wish more ppl could realize how much better it is on the "other side" but most choose the easiest route which is to remain an active addict and not get sober. Thank you again for your kind words!!
concerned

Raleigh, NC

#12 Jan 9, 2013
sus wrote:
Shut the Hell up "what tha" . You don't know as much as you let on. Get daddy to send you back to college and waste some more money! Dick!
LOL OHHH POOR BABY! IF YOU WOULDA PAID ATTENTION, YOU TO COULD HAVE GOTTEN AN EDUCATION.......AND NOT OUT OF DADDY'S POCKET! Do you need my dad to help you though? He is pretty well off!
what tha

Raleigh, NC

#13 Jan 9, 2013
Now now "please".......we know who we are! DONT let some douchebag ruin your testimony! Its awesome! Friends to the end! No I havnt had an addiction problem, yet I've seen Alot, know Alot, and yours my dear friend, is one Im amazed all turned out so great in the end! Hugs to you!!!"
Concerned

Ridgewood, NY

#14 Jan 9, 2013
@please - I'm glad your husband is clean. He is very lucky to have survived Suboxone...
please

United States

#15 Jan 9, 2013
concerned wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL OHHH POOR BABY! IF YOU WOULDA PAID ATTENTION, YOU TO COULD HAVE GOTTEN AN EDUCATION.......AND NOT OUT OF DADDY'S POCKET! Do you need my dad to help you though? He is pretty well off!
Thank you "concerned"!! LOL!! I can pretty much say without a shadow of a doubt that my husband would be dead right now had it not been for suboxone, it literally saved his life, and my families for that matter. I just wish more ppl could be as sucessful as he was on it tho!!
please

United States

#16 Jan 9, 2013
what tha wrote:
Now now "please".......we know who we are! DONT let some douchebag ruin your testimony! Its awesome! Friends to the end! No I havnt had an addiction problem, yet I've seen Alot, know Alot, and yours my dear friend, is one Im amazed all turned out so great in the end! Hugs to you!!!"
Who is that douchbag anyway?? Apparently he got the message! LMAO!! Don't worry, nobody is gonna ruin my testimony EVER!! ;) ALWAYS friends to the end, you know it and don't ever forget it. I too have seen a lot and been thru a lot, u already know that, and sometimes I wish I didn't know or hadn't seen as much as I did but unfortunately that's the way a lot of ppl are in this area! Thanks for your support tho, it means a lot to me...HUGS HUGS!!!!
Agree

Kingsport, TN

#17 Jan 10, 2013
When suboxone is used to get off of drugs it can be affective...

However!! we forget one tiny thing.... Addicts have to WANT to get off of dope, that is the KEY for any addict they must WANT to be Clean and Sober......

or they can use it as a drug or most commonly sell it for other dope....

Here's a grand idea we should make drugs like meth, heroin, cocaine and most narcotics ILLEGAL.....
sus

Kingsport, TN

#18 Jan 10, 2013
That's ok "please", it wont be long until your husband is banging the "box" whore up the street for another fix. You dumb bitch! Once you get on box, you never get rid of the taste! As far as education goes, I think my Masters can compete. My "daddy" didn't pay for my education either.
what tha

Woodruff, SC

#19 Jan 11, 2013
sus wrote:
That's ok "please", it wont be long until your husband is banging the "box" whore up the street for another fix. You dumb bitch! Once you get on box, you never get rid of the taste! As far as education goes, I think my Masters can compete. My "daddy" didn't pay for my education either.
Watch your fu**ing mouth! How care you talk to a woman like that! As for my phd my daddy didnt pay for, put to the side, Ill gladly meet you wherever and box that big ass mouth of yours! Masters? Please!
Big enough to talk your shit, I'll gladly show you how you WON'T talk to a woman.....much less my friend or her family! Hope we understand each other!
what tha

Woodruff, SC

#20 Jan 11, 2013
@SUS....whatever the hell that is supposed to mean, you have a masters in what? Suboxen?!!! You know the taste, the whore up the street, and the fact the taste never leaves! Retarded Prick! Pretty much just admitted, you ashore, are an addict! Obviously, with no intentions of ever getting "clean"! How about driving off a cliff now!

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