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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2015 11:57 pm 
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She was very patient, loyal, and generous. But she couldn't take it anymore. It wasn't just the fact that the suboxone completely killed my libido (didn't even masteurbate anymore), but it's made me emotionally vacant, so no romance either. All we had was a friendship.

When I am completely clean of opiates, and if she's still single, i'll try to re-kindle our relationship. I feel guilty beyond words, because I felt like I should have ended the relationship long before, instead of giving her empty promises that my problems would be resolved soon.


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2015 9:36 am 
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I lost my GF after 5 1/2 years and that's when I started abusing opiates around 2000'
I cried for her everyday for 3 long years! I used the opiates to maintain my sanity at first and then it became my knew GF. And she has never left me since!
I'm not going to go into my history. This is about you.
I really feel for you man!
We'll get you straightened out!
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2015 11:02 am 
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That was me on methadone...don't feel the same on subs, thank god.

I'm sorry she left you, especially if you really loved her. A lot of people have been there, including me. Just try to keep in mind that we have no control over what other people do...and that you are better off with someone more supportive anyway. Just curious, were you using drugs (not maintainence) when you met her? Just sayin, cause some people are attracted to all that chaos, think they can fix you, and then when you become stable, they lose interest.


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