Does anyone else find this addicting?
- 31 Mar 2010 by christineATU
- 1 Apr 2010
- suboxone, pain, addiction
I came to Drugs.com to look up some answers about a new medication. I can't seem to stay away now! Is it just another addiction or my inner need to try and help people and learn about different conditions?
To the members that have been here for a long time... what motivates you to visit this site on a daily basis? And I thought rubics cube was addicting! Well, back in the 70's it was...
Added 31 Mar 2010:
I apologize to the members of the support groups in which this question was posted. I too have an addiction, chronic pain, acute pain, and the dreaded knowledge that future (additional) surgery is a must for me.
yeah i find it addicting ,especially when you have people that you talk with every day.It helps you vent your feelings,as i too am very scared of my future?!Well hpe every you have a pain free day.Butters
I think this site in some ways is an outlet for my addiction. I am and have always been amazed at what happens when we take drugs. Especially opiates as they (among the legal drugs) made me feel almost what I thought was normal. I see so many people on here that are in the beginnings of addiction and it scares me to think that they have a good chance of dieing, losing their friends and family ect. They believe they are in no danger of ending up like me or worse ie: dieing. So for me I try and give back and learn from the people here because I sure as hell don't have a lot of answers.
I do believe that ORT (Opiate Replacement Therapy) is the way of the future for hard line addicts along with education and councilling, if needed.
I'm not sure if opiate addiction is a disease, although I'm more inclined to believe that it is a chemical problem that we are born with and once the trigger is turned on we start the addiction process. I mean I could go on and on but I don't want to bore anyone to tears or think that I'm some know it all because I'm definitely not, but I'm learning... Dave
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