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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 1:33 pm 
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On another forum called "Addiction Survivors", I just wanted to cut and paste this man's post about jumping off Sub and his little effects of w/d's.

I keep reading it over and over to inspire me once I jump. Nice and slow wins the race.

Yes, everyone is completely different, but it doesn't hurt to post more positive jumps. Sorry for the plagiarism.

Here it is:


Hello everyone

Thought it was time to freshen up my jump. Since Im about 4 weeks out, I am officialy off of suboxone! yea!

For those who have not followed; I did a 16mg to zero in quite a bit of time. I stayed at 16 a year then slowly went down to 1/4mg then dropped.

I had little side effects of WD and can say to all that slow and steady is the way to go. Sub is and was a miracle drug for this user.

Many thanks go to Mary, Nancy, Newmom, and I just realized there are too many to remember but my thanks to you all (I pray i did not slight anyone in my thanks just poor memory.

We can all do this thing just be slow and do not do it alone

God bless you all! Free at last!

Glen AKA Sant-Saens, "The Swan"


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 3:00 pm 
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COOL!!

Thanks for thinking to copy that over here Rule62. You're right, we can never hear too many stories about people getting off of Suboxone with little to no wd!!

Your time's coming buddy!! Slow and steady!!!!!

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