My son has been addicted to benzos for approx 3 years. My son is now in rehab he has now make the commitment to get help. He comes out of rehab next week and has been there for nearly three months. I wil pray that he does not lapse or relapse and support him with all my heart. There is light at the end of the tunnel but when addicted and in that dark hole its hard for them to see the light. No one should give up hope, if all else does fail there is intervention from properly trained interventionists. I am there to support my sons recovery. At the moment he is doing ok and I will pray for him that he keeps it up. It has been a tramatic time and a living nightmare to watch my son who was killing himself before he went into rehab. I empathise with all those that are going through the same with there loved ones. Yvonne21
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