I don't have a good answer for this, but maybe there is some kind of useful help through your regular Drs? Making a bon fire on the beach is a good start and I'm serious. If you can't refrain from taking something you shouldn't be taking, then you need to remove it from your living space right now. Do it. Flush them, drop them off at safe disposal box like what many police stations have, or do what I did and make a big bon fire.cluelessinpacificnw wrote: If I have a bottle of pills, I seem to be incapable of refraining from taking them!
This is not good. You're not going to be 100% cured and feeling great when you finish your detox. The Long Acting Opiate use will require your body some healing time and you won't be feeling the greatest. It's just too easy knowing instant relief is just 10 minutes away. It's too easy to tell yourself, "I'll just take a little bit to take the edge off" and you'll be restarted in a new cycle before you know it.cluelessinpacificnw wrote:This connection lives 10 minutes' walking distance from me, which has been a bummer. He also has clonopin, which has been a bummer but I am very careful with.
I'll state this another way: if you don't get far from your neighborhood pharmacist, you're doomed. I don't mean to sound like I have no faith in you, but just being real. You need to get far away from him. You move or make an anonymous call to the local authorities.cheeps wrote:If you truly want to quit spinning in the dope cycle you need to clean your phone out and say goodbye to your dealer. Dealers don't like this at all. Why should they? They aren't your friends, they just treat you like one. They want the money burning a hole in your pocket.
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