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Question Posted Thursday March 26 2009, 8:42 pm

This weekend a whole big ordeal was formed at my house, because i lied to my parents about something. But then i got really upset and they gave me a little pill of valium friday night and then another one saturday night so i could calm down. They hid them from me, but now i'm going crazy looking for them, i feel like i need them. I loved the way it made me feel, and i'm even looking through the internet for other pills that give you the same effect. is there a possibility that i'm addicted to valium?

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Myrrha answered Saturday March 28 2009, 8:13 am:
First of all, your parents should have never given you a pill like that. two days is not gonna make you addicted. You obviously liked the way it made you feel, but a pill is only a temporary fix. It is not a healthy way to relieve yourself. I suggest finding some other ways to calm down when you are upset. Putting some headphones on with some calm music you like, and lying on your bed. Do some deep breathing and meditation.

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Dr_Chad answered Thursday March 26 2009, 11:44 pm:
No, you are not addicted. One does not develop a dependence on benzodiazepenes after two small small doses. I hope you find this a relief.

On the other hand, you should be concerned that you found release and escape in a drug. It's an insidious practice that grows stronger and more invincible the more you do it.

If I were you I'd stop looking for your next fix. It's a dark and hollow path to take.

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