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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 6:50 pm 
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I have to admit, I can be pompous at times and zealous and overconfident and I am aware of this However, at the same time my research and knowledge is precise and sound. Therefore, I think the adult thing to do in this situation is just to Agree to Disagree.









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Keith I brought it up as a point of discussion. I'm not saying that the film is any more addictive.

My reasoning behind why it could have potential to be more addictive is that it dissolves faster and is absorbed faster into the body.

When I tried the film that one time, I was surprised at how quickly it "kicked in". I'd usually have an 8mg tablet, but this time I had the opportunity to try an 8mg film. I put it in my mouth in the pharmacy, paid them, and literally by the time I crossed the street I felt it kicking in.

The point I was trying to make was that faster absorption, in theory may slightly increase its addictive potential. It's a tenuous link, but I still thought it worth bringing up.

Keith it seems you're incredibly adept at the scientific, pharmacological side of drug use and its pharmacotherapies, but you're not that adept at grasping the psychological, social and intuitive aspects...


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Perhaps I'm slightly inept regarding the social aspect of "addiction" because of my young age and appropriate lack of wisdom, however, I've taken 2 years of psychology and I'm familiar with the psychological component of chemical dependence and substance misuse.

So, I will agree with you in pointing out that because of my age I've less experiences to draw conclusions upon, however, it can't be helped. I have been active in the drug culture since the ripe age of 13 so I've seen a lot of things. I won't elaborate in a gory fashion but please take my word for it; but I've a lot to see and learn, and hopefully I won't be on the front lines of the drug war/scene any time soon, I'm content with my Suboxone & AA & sobriety.






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