- Apr 17, 2005
- Burning down Doug Ford's house
I understand your point, let me explain. I don't want to get trashed and nodding etc. I miss the mood improvement methadone gave me, BUT I just read a lot about how bupe after a while works greatly for people who can't enjoy life (people who don't react well to regular antideps and even ECT) who had their shithead made able to feel pleasure from regular things. Also, click on my posting history and see why I can't take methadone anymore...the switched was imposed on me due to it fucking my endocrine system bad (ever had to shoot testosterone because of opiates...no eh?, well I am right now once a week, and the appnt with the endocrinologist for the cortisol deficiency it caused is taking forever for even them to give me newsTHE_REAL_OBLIVION, I can appreciate your desire to experiment with different methods of administration, but your desire to get high is disconcerting. If you want to get high still why not get back on a full agonist? Bupe is for those looking to leave the 'get high' scene and transition into a sense of normalcy without experiencing withdrawal. You'll be quite disappointed if you are attempting to do more than that.
You gotta account for the fact that its been 2 years now (1 of shooting up dillies, another of methadone) I gotta be able to re-adjust myself...which I never really was, thank you psychedelics Joking aside, I'm going to give the sub a chance, I just find it even more restraining than methadone in some ways, unlike in america, suboxone works the same fucking way as methadone here as it is so new, no sub doctors, no 30 day supply, and i'm still having to nag them to get my 6th and last by phone since 2 now etc., the process isn't life changing so far, also I can't take another opiate right now...which I find more insulting than the liquid handcuffs.. I'm stuck at 5 takehomes since 2 months, last month the doc was like, i'll give you your priviledge when you switch!, then he didn't, I also had to tell him to put the code so the government insurance would pay for it...being treated like just another number makes one want to get high indeed. The other kinds of stuff i like to do are not solitary masturbatory things like opiate use..