Natasha Tracy Drug addicts abuse and are physically and mentally dependent on drugs or alcohol. Drug addicts continue to use drugs in spite of the negative consequences experienced by the drug addict and those around them. Overdose is frequent, as addicts continually use greater amounts of the drug, reaching dangerous levels. They cannot physically or psychologically function without their drug and when they are not using drugs, they face sometimes dramatic withdrawal symptoms.
I grew up in a good, God-fearing home. I have two wonderful parents that loved and provided for me. You could say that I had a good childhood, but a very sheltered one. I was 15 years old the first time I smoked marijuana. I liked the way it made me feel, carefree and very chilled out.
At first it was only a once-in-a-while thing at parties or camping out with friends on the weekends. Eventually I was not only buying it, but getting some for other people. This was the beginning of years of dealing drugs to feed my own habit.
I wish I could say that marijuana was where I drew the line, but I went to places where other drugs were also available. Marijuana brought me into a drug culture where people were buying and selling all kinds of drugs.
Wow, was that an experience. I loved the effects that acid had on my state of mind and the euphoria it gave me. I was still smoking a lot of pot and now hashish.
Binge drinking was a common event as well. Through the next couple of years, I started using cocaine and speed, not all the time at first, but it soon became a common occurrence in my life. I was selling drugs, stealing, and doing anything else I could to continue to get as high as I wanted, when I wanted which was all the time.
I was a full-blown drug addict, but when I turned twenty-two it got worse. Someone introduced me to prescription pain medication OxyContin and my life took a turn for the worse.
One day I was with a friend who had heroin. I tried it and instantly fell in love with it. Within a few months I was injecting it, and for the next eleven years this was my method of drug use.
In just seven years I was a junkie.Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin Stephanie Shae Thomas, 34,, of Trussville, Alabama was charged with animal cruelty after she allegedly locked her dog inside a hot car for more than seven hours.
Drug addition is not a life but a lie. One you tell everyone to cover your addition and one you must tell yourself everyday to allow yourself to keep taking pills that you know will destroy you.
Life is so very precious, don't waste one moment of it in a false world of oblivion with addition/5(K). TRUE STORY: In a fresh internet chat room 20 strangers made a pact together to make $50, revenue in 3 months by getting their ideas out there as fast as possible.
It was a big but serious dream, especially considering some members were close to broke! In just 9 weeks two of the people in the. May 04, · Bethany, student at Teesside University is a self proclaimed sex addict. Here are her memoirs. She tells the harrowing story of her life as an addict: driven to crime, in and out of prison camps and hospitals, but fighting all the way for her right to treatment.