Here's a great site I found while researching this issue:
It's PACKED with information. Definitely check it out. He talks about all the various ways to do this - and has quite a story to tell himself (as a
Also - you can get information on your local Free Meth Clinics - www.samhsa.gov...
There isn't "one best way" to go about this.
Do keep asking for support. You CAN do this, and it's okay to ask for help. I'm so sorry for the pain and sickness that you'll have to endure.
There are ways to lessen that, and I hope the first link above provides you with some of the support and ideas you can try.
(The site also has excellent advice for friends/loved ones who want to help but aren't sure what to do).
You are NOT alone - one other site you can try is MDJunction - they have online support groups for every condition under the sun. I have taken
advantage of their services as a concerned loved one, and it's a fantastic, well-moderated, intelligent site. Especially if you don't like 'face to
face' groups or 12-step (which do NOT work for everyone).
Stay strong. Keep asking for support. Avoid the people and places that enable further use.
Withdrawal, though horrible, is NOT life-threatening. But continuing to use is.
At the same time, if you don't succeed 'this time', at least you're learning the drill, and know what's in store for you.
My heart breaks for you and those who love you.
You can kick it, though. I believe you can. YOU believe you can.
Sending 'strength' your way. Be good to yourself. Only you can do this, but yes, you can't do it alone, and you are not the only one who is facing