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5 years ago, I had never used a drug in my life. I didn’t know what Suboxone was or the difference between Suboxone and Vicodin. Then, I got into a car accident and my doctor prescribed me Vicodin. I was in a lot of pain for a while but the pain did taper off and I should have gotten off the Vicodin. Instead, I lied to my doctor and my husband about how much pain I was actually in so that my doctor would keep prescribing the Vicodin. Eventually I did tell my husband what I was doing but by that time I had been addicted to the Vicodin for a while. I ended up on Suboxone after that. My husband and I both thought that I would be able to wean myself down from the Suboxone. It didn’t work out that way though and I stayed on Suboxone for 3 years. I hated going through withdrawals so I wasn’t ever able to get off the Suboxone. 3 years of Suboxone a year of which I was taking Vicodin to get off the Suboxone and then Suboxone when I couldn’t deal with the discomfort and my husband finally got fed up and found me a rehab. I did not want to go, not at all. Truthfully, the idea of going to rehab was like my own version of hell. I had this thought that it would be awful. All hard-plastic chairs, super hardcore drug addicts that I would be scared of and stuck in a hospital. In my head I knew I was wrong and not all rehabs would be anywhere close to that but still, I didn’t want to go. It took a bit and a lot of pictures and videos of the facility for me to agree to go. I finally did though and it turned out not so bad at all. I actually really liked it there. It was much easier detoxing there than it had been at home. There I had someone who understood what I was feeling and the best thing to do so I could get through it. I did try to leave after detox. I figured that I was only having trouble with the getting off everything part and once I did that I would be fine. Yeah, not at all. Turns out, I was only having trouble with the getting off everything part and nothing else because I had never made it past the getting off everything part. The first time I had a rough day I wanted Vicodin. If I would have left BDR when I wanted to I would have used the first time I had a rough day. By staying at BDR I was able to learn how to deal with those bad days without taking a drug. I started exercising again while I was there and I feel so much better now. I didn’t realize how yucky and gross I had been feeling while I was taking the Suboxone and the Vicodin. I feel great now though and my life is back to normal and my marriage is back to being pretty damn awesome. BDR really worked for me.
Close to home, female only. In need of many things such as exercise activities, healing, one on one counseling etc. They teach you just how to live a normal daily routine while attending only one AA meeting a day, and if your lucky one NA meeting a month.
Sacred Heart saved my life. I learned so much there about addiction. I love the staff there they are excellent.