I've had this problem before but I don't want the same treatment as before and I can't afford it. I was addicted to pain pills and I got off of them with the help of methadone for a year. In August of 2008 I relapsed and I haven't quit since. I only use 2-3 a day, which is a small amount considering I was using 30-40. I can't afford any rehab's and I don't want to go back to methadone. Tommorrow I run out of pills and I want to quit. I want to be "normal." Problem is, every time I try to quit my mind goes insane. The physical withdrawls I can handle. The psychological, I cannot. I really want to be done with this. Does anyone have any advice for me since I can't get professional treatment and I am on my own?
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