I'm addicted to vicodin. I can't believe that I've become this kind of person. I'm a very successful full time student. I also work 40 hours a week, but I am noticing that my life feels empty when I'm not high on vicodin. I just don't know where to turn. I'm so ashamed. No one in my family knows that I'm addicted. I've been able to hide this terrible addiction for over two years, so I guess I'm a very good actor. My girlfriend doesn't know either. I feel like I'm betraying all who love me, but I don't know how to stop. My addiction isn't as bad as a lot of vicodin addicts out there. I take 8 pills of 5/500 strength a day whereas most addicts take about 30-40 a day. I have not upped my dosage in two years. How can I become the person I once was? How can I stop? I don't want to have a broken body and a life full of regret. Any advice?
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I have the best advice,my dear. You get to a rehab as soon as possible. I left a husband for the same problem only he was melting them down and shooting them up.Before I could get the divorce he was found under the Arkansas River bridge in Little Rock dead under a dock with a needle stuck in his arm. So not only did he loose a wife he also lost his life. So Please confide in your significant other and if she really cares then she will be by your side through this terrible point in your relationship.Or at least get counseling before it is to late and you end up like my dead husband.33 yrs. old is to young to become a widow and it ha ppend to me.Pleasehear me!!!
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