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Re: Upcoming Survey on How Suboxone affects Mood Disorders.

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:47 am
by Ashlee
Hi Jenny,


I'm absolutely interested in taking your survey, whatever valued information we can get out there about this miracle drug, we will do! I also feel really great on Suboxone & haven't had a manic low or high since I started Suboxone back in April of 2017. But I feel allot of the times that I NEVER wanna leave my house. My house became my sanctuary & I dread going anywhere else.

This is a really great post though that I'm sure will help others! Keep up the good work & let us know if you need anything at all!


Love & a bunch of happiness,


Ash

Re: Upcoming Survey on How Suboxone affects Mood Disorders.

Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 2:01 pm
by Amy-Work In Progress
Just FYI Ashlee. Jenny started this thread in 2014, so she may not be taking survey answers anymore. I don't think she has visited this forum in a really long time.

Amy

Re: Upcoming Survey on How Suboxone affects Mood Disorders.

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 2:11 pm
by Ashlee
:( okay.


But did she ever post the survey?


Love,

Ash

Re: Upcoming Survey on How Suboxone affects Mood Disorders.

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 2:55 pm
by Amy-Work In Progress
I don't think so, unfortunately. If you want to search through a poster's past posts, this is how it's done:

If you look at the bottom of each post you will see three tabs you can click, profile, pm, email. If you click profile you will see a bunch of information about that poster. Go to "Total Posts" and find the phrase "Search user's posts". Click on that and you will see every post by that poster.

If Jenny did post a link to her survey you will find it among her posts. :)

Amy

Re: Upcoming Survey on How Suboxone affects Mood Disorders.

Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:45 pm
by Ashlee
Dankow shen!



Ash

Re: Upcoming Survey on How Suboxone affects Mood Disorders.

Posted: Tue May 29, 2018 3:08 pm
by sadmother
I am sorry I have not replied with more comments after my initial post. I am still figuring out how to use this forum.
I was encouraged by the advice to force a face to face with my son. I don't know if I could do that. I would have to be prepared for him to walk away.
Mothers Day came and went. I received a flower/plant on my porch with a card. I don't know when it was left. I assumed it was my daughter-in-law who did it. She is the one that has been the one to do the right thing for every occasion and not my son. It took me a day before I contacted my daughter-in-law and told her thank you for the plant and that I knew it was she that got the flowers and the card. She said no, it was my son who signed the card. I had asked her did she know why my son wasn't speaking to me and she said she had no idea. I mentioned that on the very day that she called me about a Facebook post is the very last day that my son called me. He mentioned nothing about the Facebook post and neither did I. (the Facebook is a complicated issue having to do with his oldest daughter who is separated from her husband and living with my son and wife).
On that last call from him I had told him I needed him to help me with something around my house. He said "I don't have time"! I said that he had to make time. He had to end the call after that. I was hurt because that was the 2nd or 3rd time I asked him for help with the same issue. He has done a couple of things for me over the past 3 years and spent no more than one hour on whatever it was I needed done. He usually incorporates someone else into the mix to actually DO the work.
So, I cried when I read the Mother's Day card signed by him. Still no communication with him. I could only send him a text thanking him for the flowers and the card and that I wished he would have come inside and talked to me. No response from him.