I'm slowly developi...

I'm slowly developing a problem with drugs  


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13/01/2020 1:39 pm  

In the beginning, cocaine was my only drug of choice, as I've been told that it causes no addiction on its own. Lately, I have been experimenting with some other stuff as well, just to get slightly closer to that edge. You see, I wasn't able to reach my supplier because he fell... so I was kinda left to deal with this on my own... I had no other choice but to take something to bring some spark into my life.

The trouble is... I think I'm starting to like it. I mean, how wouldn't I, that is what they're designed for in the first place... On the other hand, I'm absolutely petrified of what might happen in the future if I get fully addicted. Some of my friends went there before, and I can see that it's nothing but misery and pain which they have to face each day.

I come from a pretty wealthy family, and all of my siblings are well-respected business moguls. My parents also have high expectation from me in that regard, but it's safe to say that I'll never get there if I keep going down this wicked road.

I'm asking for some advice here, as I have no one to talk to about it. Please, I cannot go to a rehab center either, as I don't have the money for it, I'm still in high school... Is there a way in which I can deal with these struggles on my own?

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29/01/2020 8:31 am  

Don't be afraid to speak with your family, just because they are what you call successful. The addiction is a serious problem that can destroy everthing they've been trying to create in just a manner ofg months.

You mentioned that you are still very young, and young people do stupid things, it's perfectly normal. However, the worst thing you can do is not ask for help when you need it. Remember, no one can love you as much as your family members. Do not fall into the trap to try and defeat this addiction on your own, by doing that you'll just be putting yourself and others into unncessary risk.