I was pleased to see you post, as it has been a long dry spell since we last saw you. I always wondered how you were doing.
Thank you for you're post here, and you have hit the nail on the head perfectly, and I agree with you, that a person cannot be too careful when it comes to storing our med's safely.
It's a hard pill to swallow, but the fact is, we never quite know what makes people do some of the things they do. I have learned this with relationships as well, and am still learning the hard way. We want to believe we can trust our best friends, coworkers, and our family members.
I have missed my med schedule by a few hours, because I over slept, but to miss it because someone stole them would be absolutely horrible. I'm like you, in that you cannot afford not to be too safe with them…and that the thought of loosing a family member or a friend because they abused them would be a lesson we would never get over.
Once the script
is filled and in our hot little hands, the responsibility is our's and only ours. As I said before, it only takes the first time to have them taken….and trust me it will be a lesson a person will never forget. Ever!
Good to see you, and I hope you are doing well.
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Post Edited (Screaming Eagle) : 7/17/2011 7:19:17 PM (GMT-6)