Abusive drug use Essay

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stepOver the years in one form or another the use of a variety of drugs used have caused
harm to individuals who can not control themselves as they profess when lighting up the
first Joint or taking the first hit of stronger drugs.As time passes and all monies
intended for good use(i.e.School,auto, home) go to the dealers who are ready to dispense
their wares on a cash come basis or take jewelry and another thing of value one may at the
time own.This course continues until one wakes up after toiling for years winding up with
no form of material gain, bad health and broke. All the people who tried to help are gone,
moved on , dead not wanting anything to do with a drug user they can't help, lies, steals
and is not ready to move on . So after a twelve step program, hard knocks, many slips and
falls, it may just make sense to give a real try at healthy living, making relations that
will last, having things, a family and above all a sound remainder of one years left of
life.










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