Re: Oxycodone addiction help!
Hello normallife and welcome.
That which took time to create,will also take time to dismantle,if you will.
There are both the physical and psychological aspects to consider here.
Your continued commitment to ensuring that the immediate family circle stays in tact is admirable.
There are in and out-patient settings to consider.
The group setting seems to do wonders,as no person is an island.
The question I pose to you is whether or not she is willing to go into a program, or attend Alcoholic or Narcotics Anonymous groups.Some meetings are even available online.
She will need to be committed to the cause,in order for it to truly benefit her(which I truly hope is the case). Sacrifices will need to be made.A change of lifestyle is to be expected, as it is imperative for her to stay away from people,places and things that she can associate with the particular substance.
She may have underlying unresolved issues,which would be ideal for her to work through, with a therapist's help.
The fact that she admitted her situation speaks volumes.
Please feel free to post as often as you like and know that we are here for advice,opinions and/or advice, in a non-judgemental setting.
When in doubt, post it out.