Jenelle Evans’ Shocking Alleged Heroin Confession — Report

Fri, January 4, 2013 6:11pm EST by 9 Comments
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トリーバーチ 長財布 人気

Posted at 5:03 AM on December 24, 2013  

赤裸々本当の真実は太陽の下で誰もがたい別1 つ。ウェット天気ジャケット来るで多数スタイル、長さ、色、ウェイト、および種類。ただし、1
つに考慮、対処要因。私は多分になるそれらのいくつか女性人所有している、のハンドバッグすべて機会 !

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Posted at 4:49 PM on April 7, 2013  

Looking for ahead to reading extra from you in a while!? Im usually to blogging and i really respect your content.

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Posted at 12:06 PM on March 12, 2013  

It’s easy to say methadone isn’t the answer but the fact is it many peoples’ only shot at a better life. Yes, methadone is highly addictive. Yes, people have died while taking it. Most of those deaths happened bc the person was taking it irresponsibly or mixing it with benzodiazipan. There is no comparison between methadone deaths and heroin/opiate deaths. Opiate addiction is a dark, lonely place that very few can or will ever return from. Going into methadone treatment is not switching one addiction for another, although it may seem that way. No, you are not sober bc technically you are still taking medication and you will be dependent on it. The difference is the way you live your life. You don’t spend all your time searching for drugs, you gain self control, you burn bridges that you know you shouldn’t cross again, you let go of bad influences, you GET OUT OF THE HABIT OF SELF MEDICATING ALL DAY EVERY DAY, and most of all you see how much better your life is being clean. Those things are impossible for most people to achieve while going through withdrawal. Once you have made those changes, your chances of successfully tapering off and staying clean are dramatically better. Not everyone will be able to do it (that’s the sad reality of opiate addiction) but the methadone will still help them live the best life they can considering the circumstances. I have witnessed several close friends turn their lives around this way and they will, to this day, say that methadone saved their lives. So please, form your own opinion by all means but try not to advise someone against something if u have not thoroughly researched the pros and cons. Hopefully Jenelle comes out on the other side of this awful situation.

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Posted at 10:55 AM on March 7, 2013  

Methadone can and will help if she does it right. People who think u can kick opiates cold turkey are stupid and it can and will kill you. Doing methadone treatment throug a clinic is monitored and u can use it to help u while u get therapy to deal with ur real issues….and then taper yourself off. That is what i did…..i had a heroin problem for two years….went on methadone foe 8 months and have been off everything for 4 years now. But methadone is no different than alcohol, or any other drug…..if u abuse it you could die. I really hate it when people who have no clue what they are talking about say thigns like methadone is not the answer…..methadone has helped thousands of people beat heroin addictions….please do your research before making statements….not someone in my town died from it….thats not everyone and actually a stupid statement to make

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Roman Gimelfarb

Posted at 4:13 PM on February 19, 2013  

It sounds like she has a serious progressive condition. She needs to address it as soon as possible or else she can end up overdosing and dying. Heroin Oxys, Roxys, Hydrocodones, Percocets, are extremely dangerous they suck the life out of you as you can tell in her pics her face is all sucked in. Bottom line Opiate addiction is a slow death she needs help.

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Posted at 8:00 PM on February 3, 2013  

Sorry but Methadone is definately not the answer! That stuff is an addiction within itself. I know someone in my town that overdosed and died from it. Opiate addiction is the hardest addiction to kick! She should take some of the money from MTV and get real, serious, off camera help! Good luck to her I wish her sobriety and inner peace!!

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Posted at 6:50 PM on January 23, 2013  

sounds like she has a addiction to Oxycontin, just as dangerous and addictive as heroin.
She should get herself into a methadone treatment facility along with her Husband.

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Posted at 9:56 AM on January 16, 2013  

a legal excuse?

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Posted at 9:32 PM on July 17, 2013  

She really can’t blame it on her past boyfriend. It’s always your choice not to take stuff

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