I honestly think I’m going to be addicted forever, at least psychologically. Nothing on this earth can ever replace the warm comforting euphoria of an opiate. Whether I’m using or I’m clean, they are going to haunt me for the rest of my life.
A friend of mine shared this on my newsfeed today and I thought it would a nice idea to repost it here for the Nod Squad.
We are all fully aware of our drug use and with that awareness comes the responsibility towards ourselves and each other to educate about harm reduction, because sometimes sobriety genuinely is not an option and I know that’s true for myself as well as many of you.
So yeah, I won’t harp on harm reduction too often, but I care about you guys.
The town of Gloucester, Massachusetts, has a crisis on its hands. According to Boston.com, four people have died of drug overdoses in the small town this year, in a state that has seen an unprecedented surge in opioid-related deaths in the past couple of years. But they aren’t taking the usual course of action.
a massive stash containing the elusive discontinued and rare original formula OxyContin tablets. There are OC 10s, 20s, 40s, 80s and even the rarest of all 120mg pills here. These haven’t been produced in the USA for several years now, but in other parts of the world (like the UK) production is still going strong.