I hate having to watch him suffer :( *addiction post* Update
*** Update ***
Sorry I didn't update last night, yesterday was LOOONG. Woke up at 4 am to drive over an hour to the clinic. I answered a couple questions while there but was so exhausted from the past few days that I just kinda crashed in a chair in the waiting room. The appointment ended up being 4 hours long. They gave him a dose of Methadone and that really seemed to help. He has to go in every morning (over a hour drive one way every morning!) to get his dose. Except for Saturdays, then he'll get Sundays as well to take home. He also has to go in every morning for a personal consoling and also a group one. They say it'll probably be a year and a half of it since they want to taper him off slow so that he'll hopefully not regress. I'm just thankful that the worst is over. He was beyond ecstatic to not have that feeling of "need" and glad that it didn't make him feel high. His exact words were "it feels so nice to feel normal and not high or wanting to get high" he did really good until about 6pm and then said he could feel it start to wear off. Thank God he was already getting tired and decided to just call it an early night and go to bed. Waking him up early was hard this morning but I could tell he was just wanting to get there as fast as he could. *fingers crossed that he can keep this up!*
I also want to thank everyone who had kind words. It ment so much to me when I felt like giving up on it all. As for all the "wonderful" *note the sarcasm* women who felt he "deserved it" I'm done arguing with you. In my heart, I know he made a stupid mistake but at least he's trying to get better!