Hey wisharerererer (Gosh, even if my life depended on it, I just can not pronounce your name correctly! I think I'll just start calling you wishy.
) As of today, she is sentenced to the three more weeks of hard time on crutches.....poor thing. The cast comes off then too (if the x-rays agree) and she'll get a walking boot. She's milking this whole cast thing for all it's worth. She's all, "daddy, will you get me some potato chips, I'm hungry." Daddy says, OK sweetie. No sooner do I sit down and she says, "daddy, will you get me a drink?"....again, daddy says OK sweetie. That's not the worst of it, though. The part that's get annoying is that she has taken over MY chair.....it's more comfy for her foot she says. Grrrr!!! And it's not just me that she has suckered into being her maid, my wife is getting it too, although she's much better at saying no to her. When I say no to my daughter, she gives me those eyes (you know the kind) and it's like all logic goes out the window and I do what she says.
I'm glad the others shared about their experience with taking their kids meds, I'm so happy that it has made you feel more comfortable. You mentioned how doing that had you eaten up with guilt. During my recovery, I have found one of the most rewarding (and hardest things to do) is to learn to forgive ourselves. For me, forgiving others is usually fairly easy, but forgiving myself wasn't so easy, but it is crucial to my recovery.
Thanks for asking about my daughter, that was very kind of you.
Hi MrMatt, thanks for the kind words, they're much appreciated. BTW, 30 days from today marks 2 years off of Suboxone for me.