am so sorry to here how bad ur detox was is scares me i want to do it but im so scared i feel as if i do do it to do it in small amounts i hate the clinic their so fukd i been clean of other substances for for yrs and had a problem with the clinic and now they r having a power trip and playin the role of a drug dealer it kills me i thought after as long as it has been and my outstanding creditable record of all clean uas i earned a better treatment but its not the case my world is upside down and i lost all respect for the place im not sure wat to do if i be myself they want to make me suffer i feel like i have to lie and suck .... to get my medicine its been hard on my i want to make the right choice im a single mother with a young child i cant surrer with extreme withdrawal i have no choice but to take care of my kids and threw the punishment i am getting from the clinic now i am suffering and so are my children i toughtwen i asked for help 4yrs ago i would never be that way again i am very proud you did wat you did i dont wish that on my worst enemy well maybe lol no really their has to be a way for it to not be so painfulView Thread
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