Doc Dan wrote: ↑Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:46 amGood for you. These drugs can be really bad and I think many times the doctors are so busy that they don’t take time to notice what’s going on with their patients. And they don’t take time to see that somebody might be struggling with the medicine and that person ends up becoming dependent and then addicted. I’m glad that your wife was there with you through the journey. She must be very special because I can tell you from watching other peoples lives that many would have abandoned the effort and left you. I hope you treasure her always.GiftedMisfit wrote: ↑Mon Aug 05, 2019 6:31 amI'm an addict. I've been in recovery for 1.3 years now.
Oxycodone, oxycontin, fentanyl. Whatever I could get that would suffice. I would use. I lost my job, almost lost my wife and kids. You'll do just about anything to get them once they've 'got' you. I was addicted for 8 years.
My wife stuck with me and is the rock in my life. She is so much stronger than I'am. Been sober since may of last year, because of her.
I happened to find spyderco when I needed something to focus on. So from the bottom of this broke heart - Thank you Spyderco.
Thanks Doc. It's been a journey I wouldn't wish on an enemy. Its rough, a lot of sleepless nights. My wife is my angel. She watches over me, shes given me 2 beautiful children, worked a full time job and dealt with my ****. I could never repay her for what shes done for me. What shes done to me. I don't know what I did in a past life to deserve such a wonderful woman. I'm a lucky man. I had to figure that out the hard way.
I found spyderco knives (again) when I needed something to really bite into, to focus on. Enter the Kapara. Hence why I post so many pics of it. The redback literally and figuratively bit this guy.