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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2012 5:27 pm 
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This subject on Stopping is 12 pages long now in record time. Has anybody been following close enough to see a trend or some sort of overview. What clearly does not work? What seems to work best? There is a lot here, and just reading everything at once would be massive. But if some steady readers and doers on this subject may just have read and written enough by now to say something, by way of summary. Or wisdom gained up to now?

Any overviews?


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Scruffy, I'm not sure what you're looking for, but the bottom line in stopping suboxone and keeping it as painless as possible is to do a long, slow taper. My advice to you, from my having read these stories for years now, would be to stop thinking about it so much. The more one obsesses over withdrawals and their taper, the harder time they have. Those who expect it to be bad, have the worst time.

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