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By nodad / Tuesday 11 October 2011 04:52 / United States
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By  Malinkrot  |  3

withdrawal is a bitch. and the sad thing is, many people don't intentionally become opiate addicts. they get prescribed painkillers after surgery or an injury, become addicted, and then the doctor cuts them off because of all the strict laws about painkillers. so then the person is withdrawing and the opiate has messed with the chemicals in their brain, telling them, "you NEED to get more!" thats how people end up going to the methadone clinic all their life or turning to heroin

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  Malinkrot  |  3

withdrawal is a bitch. and the sad thing is, many people don't intentionally become opiate addicts. they get prescribed painkillers after surgery or an injury, become addicted, and then the doctor cuts them off because of all the strict laws about painkillers. so then the person is withdrawing and the opiate has messed with the chemicals in their brain, telling them, "you NEED to get more!" thats how people end up going to the methadone clinic all their life or turning to heroin

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  SkardeyKat  |  3

Just because someone has an addiction problem doesn't automatically make them a dirtbag. It is pretty low that he stole money from op, hopefully op's dad will use this opportunity to get the help he needs.

By  nick347b  |  6

You were raise by a moron.

By  Madden12  |  6

When you leave money lying around like that, you're basically an enabler OP. Times like these when people ask themselves - where are the paren.. I mean where are the KIDS? If you can't be raised by them, don't have parents!

By  Enslaved  |  36

Wow! Stealing to buy drugs? I've heard of kids stealing from their parents but haven't really the other way around. I hope your dad's not addicted.

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