My husband got addicted to snorting Oxycontin after a friend told him it was harmless fun. He did not do drugs for the first several years of our marriage, then was addicted to Oxycontin for about a year (daily). He quit, had 2 relapses in 1 year. He has been clean for 3 weeks and is in counceling. We go to church, he has a couple of great friends who are recovered as well. I am hoping for reassurance that there is hope and that people do recover. He is a wonderful and thoughful man, I love him with all of my heart. I just need to hear success stories. Thanks.
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