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What Would You Do
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 3:03 pm 
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Alright so today at the methadone clinic there was this older lady asking each person before they left to answer her survey question she was doing for a group or a class. I don’t know you never know what some methadoninians are thinking. But I thought it was an interesting question actually and it really had a lot of us at the clinic talking about it so I bring it to you guys because you have to ask an addict in recovery and I want to know what some of you would do. And be honest what would you really do and if you just want to check the poll cool but please feel free to add your thoughts.


So ok this was the question:
If you can go back to active addiction and have a life time supply at the highest dose possible for free what would you do? This means never having to worry about anything as in; you don’t have to worry about where or how you will get your next fix, you don’t have to worry about money in any aspect when it comes to getting your drugs, you don’t have to worry about getting arrested trying to find your drugs and whatever else you can think of I don’t remember every single thing she had written down.


As for myself i said no do to the simple fact i told if i continue my active addiction i would die by the age of 25!


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I had to say no because I know that for me I would just take so much that my tolerance would be through the roof, and soon no amount of opiates would get me high anymore, but I would probably OD trying. But more importantly, I like to believe that my higher power has better plans for me, that I'm going to need to be sober to carry out....


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