what happens if you take suboxone without an opiate addiction?
The simple answer is nothing good.If you want to become addicted to a controlled substance,Then by all means do so. But just that benign seeming act can set you up for a lifetime of drug addiction. Don't believe me? That is unwise. I am 31 years old and have been on methadone and now suboxone. This is what 'Trying' opiates or partial opiate agonists can do for you. Luckily I wised up in my 20s. I have watched innumerable friends die,Just because they tried something.Some of my friends that are still using are on the streets,I still see them. It is terrible,I still cry about it sometimes. I am sorry if I seem too harsh,But I just want to spare you the agony and pain. But if you are anything like I was when I first started using,Then nothing anyone can say will stop you. Just think things through before trying something new! Take it from a girl who knows.Warm Regards,Jenna Bella
by inrecovery 7 years ago
Hello - I am a recovering Heroin/oxy/opiate addict. I was on one form of an opiate or another...for the last 15 years. Nothing could stop me not even jail.When I decided to get my life back I found a great doctor who was understanding, knowledgable and got me on the road to recovery and...
by Wise Words 2 years ago
What happens if you die and find that God is real, having denied every opportunity to know him?Because there is no way the big bang theory is real its one too many coincidences happening.
by unfazed4eva 7 years ago
HOW THE GOVERMENT CAN HELP ADDICTS!Im a recovering addict who has spent my fare share of time in the system to find the right rehabilitation.The biggest problem is that you can prescribe methadone till the cows come home,but unless you get to the underlying reason to why people took the drugs in...
by ArockDaNinja 2 years ago
I've read about many different theories about death and what happens. It is the main question that is in the back of everyone's mind. It's very difficult to picture it or to question the point of existence. The fact that we are here is a miracle in itself, who says that some sort of afterlife isn't...
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