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bostonbornandbred (bostonbornandbred@example.org)
Date:Tue 27 Nov 2007 03:17:14 PM EST
Subject:sub info
 Wow! I rarely use my computer,,person to person/shared experience gives me a better feel for an experience. My last ditch effort happened on this site. My email and phonecall were returned promptly and I think I just had a prayer answered. I have endured 5 surgeries, one after the other, and wear my injuries on the inside where people can't see. I do however, have no problem filling endless scrpts for legitimate pain & "meds" The problem is,,how do I honestly evaluate my pain when I'm numbed by meds? I could go on and on about how "legitimate" it all is and the medical community has "done this to me". But the important thing is me, not wanting to let pain, discomfort, fear of withdrawal sickness/lethargy, and this brain chemistry thing, steal anymore from me than I've already lost. Let's face it, living a life in 4-6 hour increments ain't livin':) I got some questionable info from a "detox" from a young man who was a heroin addict. He told me w/ding from my painpills would be easier than w/ding from suboxone. I noticed he also made real sure I knew that I wouldn't be getting "high". I guess he didn't realize I wasn't looking to get high, just function "properly", and take care of house/kids/husband/yada. Thank god I made one more phone call and thanks Dean for giving me good, solid information,(that made complete scientific sense by the way, I do know a few things about chemistry:) & where to go to read more. He was able to educate me without having overly strong opinions or judgements. So, better educated, and better equipped to commit to a life free of opiate addiction, I truly feel blessed and way motivated to finally, once and for all get off all this crap and start living again. Thanks Dean:)

Carla Rodgers (carlarodgers@hotmail.com)
Date:Mon 26 Nov 2007 05:14:14 PM EST
 you are appreciated

shannon vincent (svincent37@comcast.net)
Date:Thu 22 Nov 2007 10:06:31 AM EST
Subject:suboxone someday??
 I am currently on methadone and am thinking about going on suboxone. I am nervous so it will be awhile but I am so glad I can acess this site for help I am also on the methadone site which is a wonderful place with fabulous people that I call my Family, Now I will be coming on this site to read and to prepare myself to going on suboxone some day, Thank you for having both sites to help people, you all do such a wonderful job.

primrose wahome (cikuprim@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 09 Nov 2007 10:29:26 PM EST
 this has super info keep up the good work.

Kenny (kh57@sbcglobal.net)
Date:Sun 28 Oct 2007 10:44:41 AM EDT
Subject:Thank you
 Just wanted to say thank you for the information on suboxone. I believe I'm going to check it out somemore.

Donna K. (Painadvocate@hotmail.com)
Date:Wed 24 Oct 2007 02:02:28 PM EDT
Subject:Great Job....
 Site looks and is great. Very informational. You've outdone yourselves.

Jody Brooks (@jodybr@puyalluptribe.com)
Date:Tue 23 Oct 2007 01:13:41 PM EDT
Subject:opiate treatment
 We have been experiencing high volumns of clients using opiates. Age of clients using ranges from 11-50 years old. All information about this treatment model is greatly appreciated.

Paul Elliott (elliott.paule@gmail.com)
Date:Sun 21 Oct 2007 05:27:08 PM EDT
Subject:Guest book signing
 It was a great pleasure to find your websites, and to speak with you today. The dedication which you bring to your endeavor, and the strength of your committment are second to none. Your sites and your assistance are exactly what we need as we try and find a way to get through this maze called 'Recovery'. I hope to make you a regular part of the process, and your efforts in the field are greatly appreciated.

joanna meritt (jlee0369@yahoo.com )
Date:Sat 13 Oct 2007 07:04:17 PM EDT
Subject:suboxene question please respond with answer
 What is the maximum dose a patient can be prescribed daily?

Sue (sfereday@msn.com)
Date:Tue 02 Oct 2007 11:43:29 AM EDT
Subject:Life without addiction
 Coming upon 2 years of sobriety, thanks to Suboxone.I may end up on this medication for the rest of my life, but it is worth it. Please, if anyone out there wants to change, this medication could very well be the ticket for you! Find a good professional and get started living life the right way!

Tanya Kelly (Tkwildcat@comcast.net)
Date:Thu 20 Sep 2007 10:37:21 PM EDT
Subject:starting suboxone in 2 weeks
 lots of ???? could use any input

angel (angelina1100@aol.com)
Date:Sun 16 Sep 2007 10:47:21 PM EDT
 thankyou so much for all the information. it really helped me alot

Heather (@sweetheathernicole812@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 14 Sep 2007 04:17:30 PM EDT
Subject:Suboxone Treatment
 I would just like to say that this site is a great help to people with opiate addiction problems!! Plus, I am in recovery myself and I have been on Suboxone since March 23, 2007 (I am almost finished now!) and this medication has honestly saved my life. I hope that others become more educated about this type of treatment.

Linda Whitby, MD (linda.whitby@baltimorehealthystart.com)
Date:Thu 06 Sep 2007 12:22:30 PM EDT
Subject:Suboxone %26 Pregnancy
 Thank you for your very positive informative site. Our addicted women here in Baltimore who have exhausted for whatever reason, their methadone experience, resulting in "back to the street" self-medicating, may find these suggestions a safer, more effective alternative. linwhitby@aol.com

Marty (@martyshayla@hotmail.com)
Date:Sat 01 Sep 2007 06:56:49 AM EDT
Subject:Many thanks
 I just want to say thank you for this site and thanks to Laura for guiding me to the light ;) this is a wonderful place Marty

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