Who all is strung out in Greeneville/...
Mel

United States

#43 Sep 23, 2010
so what wrote:
<quoted text>and im "Just Saying" you can lick my fat jelly filled donut flavored butt hole! HA this is probably you MEL trying to get back at me for telling your junkie ass off for whining about being an addict. An if this isnt MEL i apologize to MEL and whoever this really is is probably a freakin JUNKIE too and is offended by what i had to say which was the truth. Which do you think is the worse character flaw, me being Fat or someone partying and getting hooked on drugs that affect EVERYONE they know. Try again Just Saying i think you suck and your post was sort of hard to understand What the hell is GRAVY LEGS? I guess thats the way meth heads think, a little confused?
Wow! That was def not me. I actually thought your last comment to me was hilarious. You were nice and wished me well so i wasnt going to keep arguing. I like how you call me a junkie. When i admitted i use to be and now clean. No matter how long i stay clean i will always be known as a junkie. But im not ashamed to admit it. I dont care what others think of me because the ppl that matter to me know who i am now.
sadlynomore

Johnson City, TN

#44 Sep 23, 2010
I just wanted to say, that it is in fact a "brain disease" no kidding. and its more than a choice of just not taking the pill. Its like someone having depression, or bipolar disorder. your brain is not working corecctly. anyhow.. suboxone saved my life. and i am in the process of weaning down off of it. I have been on it since November of last year, and it has totally saved me.

No more lying, cheating, stealing, begging, borrowing, NONE of that. I take ONLY what a Dr. prescribes (a first for me) and am following it to a T. It works. I am the person I was before I ever took the first pill (due to a back surgery and after that it was downhill) but I am ME again. I CAN hold down a job, I AM being a better mother and friend, and CAN and DO go to meetings and a substance abuse counselor.

I AM making this major change in my life and it feels GREAT!!! i wanted to say this, so that anyone suffering from addiction may read this. Yes, its expensive. but so are roxies and oxies. You will spend less on this than you did your pill habit. No more waking up in a cold sweat thinking "do i have enough? can I get more?" all of that nonsense. GONE. you CAN afford it if you can afford your pills. and it works. Im living proof.

It works exactly like it should if you take it the right way and WORK towards your sobriety. It doesnt come with just taking a pill. YOu MUST go to meetings, get some therapy, CHANGE those old, not good friends that are strung out, DONT go around them and change your number.. etc etc. You CAN do it!! Im so happy I made that decision..... This disease can kill you.. I almost died several times...

Life is too great. It really is.. and toooo short to live the way i used to live.. Im happy. I wish that for everyone.

“Dont ask i wont tell!”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#45 Sep 23, 2010
Mel wrote:
<quoted text> Wow! That was def not me. I actually thought your last comment to me was hilarious. You were nice and wished me well so i wasnt going to keep arguing. I like how you call me a junkie. When i admitted i use to be and now clean. No matter how long i stay clean i will always be known as a junkie. But im not ashamed to admit it. I dont care what others think of me because the ppl that matter to me know who i am now.
Mel as a sister of an addict i can say that i wish every brother, sister, cousing, neices, nephew, mother and father had as much guts as you. I have a friend who i have known through high school that is a recovering addict. She goes to meetings and she tries really hard to maintain because she wants to. I think you are wonderful for admitting you had a problem and over coming it. It gives us who struggle daily with family addiction hope that one day they will overcome it and that we can go on with our lives. Thank you for sharing.

“Dont ask i wont tell!”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#46 Sep 23, 2010
sadlynomore wrote:
I just wanted to say, that it is in fact a "brain disease" no kidding. and its more than a choice of just not taking the pill. Its like someone having depression, or bipolar disorder. your brain is not working corecctly. anyhow.. suboxone saved my life. and i am in the process of weaning down off of it. I have been on it since November of last year, and it has totally saved me.
No more lying, cheating, stealing, begging, borrowing, NONE of that. I take ONLY what a Dr. prescribes (a first for me) and am following it to a T. It works. I am the person I was before I ever took the first pill (due to a back surgery and after that it was downhill) but I am ME again. I CAN hold down a job, I AM being a better mother and friend, and CAN and DO go to meetings and a substance abuse counselor.
I AM making this major change in my life and it feels GREAT!!! i wanted to say this, so that anyone suffering from addiction may read this. Yes, its expensive. but so are roxies and oxies. You will spend less on this than you did your pill habit. No more waking up in a cold sweat thinking "do i have enough? can I get more?" all of that nonsense. GONE. you CAN afford it if you can afford your pills. and it works. Im living proof.
It works exactly like it should if you take it the right way and WORK towards your sobriety. It doesnt come with just taking a pill. YOu MUST go to meetings, get some therapy, CHANGE those old, not good friends that are strung out, DONT go around them and change your number.. etc etc. You CAN do it!! Im so happy I made that decision..... This disease can kill you.. I almost died several times...
Life is too great. It really is.. and toooo short to live the way i used to live.. Im happy. I wish that for everyone.
I am glad that you have over come your issue, and for SOME people it may be a disease like drinking, but not for all, not even for half. everyone i knew in school that does this sufferes from a disease, my brother, and his friends do not suffer from and illness. Everyone i know who started using pills did it because they wanted to get high. My brother started with meth and kicked that habit long ago. he then went to snorting, now he shoots up. each of those choices he has made on his own, their is nothing wrong with him as a matter of fact he just had a mental health assesment for the state and their is nothing wrong with his brain. I am glad that you have over come your issues, and i am sure you message will go out to many souls who need help, maybe your words will answer thier cry. Please do not take my words as disrespectful. I just disagree
Mel

United States

#47 Sep 23, 2010
sadlynomore wrote:
I just wanted to say, that it is in fact a "brain disease" no kidding. and its more than a choice of just not taking the pill. Its like someone having depression, or bipolar disorder. your brain is not working corecctly. anyhow.. suboxone saved my life. and i am in the process of weaning down off of it. I have been on it since November of last year, and it has totally saved me.
No more lying, cheating, stealing, begging, borrowing, NONE of that. I take ONLY what a Dr. prescribes (a first for me) and am following it to a T. It works. I am the person I was before I ever took the first pill (due to a back surgery and after that it was downhill) but I am ME again. I CAN hold down a job, I AM being a better mother and friend, and CAN and DO go to meetings and a substance abuse counselor.
I AM making this major change in my life and it feels GREAT!!! i wanted to say this, so that anyone suffering from addiction may read this. Yes, its expensive. but so are roxies and oxies. You will spend less on this than you did your pill habit. No more waking up in a cold sweat thinking "do i have enough? can I get more?" all of that nonsense. GONE. you CAN afford it if you can afford your pills. and it works. Im living proof.
It works exactly like it should if you take it the right way and WORK towards your sobriety. It doesnt come with just taking a pill. YOu MUST go to meetings, get some therapy, CHANGE those old, not good friends that are strung out, DONT go around them and change your number.. etc etc. You CAN do it!! Im so happy I made that decision..... This disease can kill you.. I almost died several times...
Life is too great. It really is.. and toooo short to live the way i used to live.. Im happy. I wish that for everyone.
Im so happy for you.:) Suboxone is also what helped me. But you gotta work hard to be done with that too. We will be recovering addicts for the rest of our lives. I just wished more ppl wanted the help to get clean.
Sweet_thing

Hendersonville, TN

#48 Sep 23, 2010
Im sorry but Amanda E. is gettin really bad:/ i just feel sorry for her baby....
Mel

United States

#49 Sep 23, 2010
Sweet Suprise wrote:
<quoted text>
Mel as a sister of an addict i can say that i wish every brother, sister, cousing, neices, nephew, mother and father had as much guts as you. I have a friend who i have known through high school that is a recovering addict. She goes to meetings and she tries really hard to maintain because she wants to. I think you are wonderful for admitting you had a problem and over coming it. It gives us who struggle daily with family addiction hope that one day they will overcome it and that we can go on with our lives. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you :) I hope your loved ones will open their eyes and see the life they're missing out on and get help.

“It's me”

Since: Sep 10

Greeneville

#50 Sep 23, 2010
TiredOfIt wrote:
Brian Ricker!
this brian ricker..did he go to south greene h.s.? and graduate bout 6 yrs ago?

“It's me”

Since: Sep 10

Greeneville

#51 Sep 23, 2010
heter wrote:
kara jackson
U D*MN SKIPPY!! That b!tch lost her kids, but does she care? NO!!! U know y? cause she got more money to spend on pills and she doesn't have to worry bout her kids f*ckin up her high...as if she ever did. she'll spread her legs, give BJs, or ANYTHING u want as long as u'll give her atleast 1 pill. yes, this is a fact not slander..i know her personally!!! f*ckin 2-faced, back-stabbin, nazi b!tch! when i catch her a$$ out, i'ma stomp her it. and god i hope she reads this, she'll know who i am. that way she'll have a heads up to keep a look over her shoulder cause i know where she lives, where she works, and where she goes. this is not a threat..this is a f*ckin promise!
sadlynomore

Johnson City, TN

#52 Sep 23, 2010
Hi Mel, thanks for your response (and you too Sweet Surprise :-) I am a little leary, Mel, about coming off of suboxone, and how I will be and feel then. Did you struggle physically when coming off of it? and if so how badly. what was that like? anything compared to an opiate withdrawal. I have heard horror stories and try not to listen to them but ya know how it is. Anyhow, I am working hard.. seeing a substance abuse therapist, and hitting meetings, but I fear that old habits and cravings may return. I want to be STRONG and am really working hard, I just wondered what your experience with the physical part, and then the rest that followed..
So what

Fort Campbell, TN

#53 Sep 23, 2010
Mel wrote:
<quoted text> Wow! That was def not me. I actually thought your last comment to me was hilarious. You were nice and wished me well so i wasnt going to keep arguing. I like how you call me a junkie. When i admitted i use to be and now clean. No matter how long i stay clean i will always be known as a junkie. But im not ashamed to admit it. I dont care what others think of me because the ppl that matter to me know who i am now.
I am sorry that i accused you of the post from earlier. I did blast you somewhat but i am SO tired of hearing all the excuses and im sorries from people in my life that choose the way they live. Im am truly glad you got straight really. I felt bad about how our comments went, but im so tired of being used and then the ungrateful people in my life i try to help just pretty much tell me to f off.

“It's me”

Since: Sep 10

Greeneville

#54 Sep 23, 2010
you just got told on wrote:
<quoted text>Do you realize that it is a felony to post names of people that come to your pharmacy to get whatever type of medicine they get. One of those people on that list is a really good friend of mine and he certainly isn't very happy about it. He only goes to one pharmacy so we know which one it is. Pharmacies are supposed to have confidentiality within their customers. It really wouldn't surprise me with a lawsuit on this one.
I agee 100%! that's really f*cked up that she just screwed up her confidentiality with those people. who knows how many people's names she's given out. that's ok, if u would tell me the name of that pharmacy he goes to so i'll know which one NOT to go to. whether or not i get controlled substances, i don't wanna go to a place where they can't keep the confidentiality.
zapatos

Gallatin, TN

#55 Sep 23, 2010
Stupid Ppl Suck Balls wrote:
<quoted text>
this brian ricker..did he go to south greene h.s.? and graduate bout 6 yrs ago?
no, fiff one

“It's me”

Since: Sep 10

Greeneville

#56 Sep 23, 2010
fiff one?
Just Sayin

Hendersonville, TN

#57 Sep 23, 2010
Stupid Ppl Suck Balls wrote:
fiff one?
Yes that Brian Ricker...... he smokes alot of GREEN too:/
zapatos

Gallatin, TN

#58 Sep 23, 2010
Stupid Ppl Suck Balls wrote:
fiff one?
I thought we were talking about a different Brian Ricker, that's about 29ish??
toobad4u

Hendersonville, TN

#59 Sep 23, 2010
tellingonyou wrote:
Jeanna Stimmer
Beverlee Henson
Alex Sansone
Julie Rogers
all of these are regularly in the the pharmacy/store I work at picking up scripts for controlled substances ONLY.
To anyone who believes this....you fell for it hook, line, and sinker. If this were an actual employee at a pharmacy, they'd know better than post this!!! DUH!!!!
Just Sayin

Hendersonville, TN

#60 Sep 23, 2010
The one im talkin about went to SGHS and is about 29ish..... he used to be a good guy but the drugs took over his life:/
zapatos

Gallatin, TN

#61 Sep 23, 2010
Just Sayin wrote:
The one im talkin about went to SGHS and is about 29ish..... he used to be a good guy but the drugs took over his life:/
The one I was thinking of either went to GHS or CDHS, can't remember.
Mel

United States

#62 Sep 23, 2010
sadlynomore wrote:
Hi Mel, thanks for your response (and you too Sweet Surprise :-) I am a little leary, Mel, about coming off of suboxone, and how I will be and feel then. Did you struggle physically when coming off of it? and if so how badly. what was that like? anything compared to an opiate withdrawal. I have heard horror stories and try not to listen to them but ya know how it is. Anyhow, I am working hard.. seeing a substance abuse therapist, and hitting meetings, but I fear that old habits and cravings may return. I want to be STRONG and am really working hard, I just wondered what your experience with the physical part, and then the rest that followed..
Im on a cell phone right now i wish i could msg you so we could talk privately about it. Can you msg ppl if you're not signed in? I know we dont wanna say names on here i just wish there was a way we could talk without everyone in town seeing it. Lol

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