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I've often wondered about this. Are former alcoholics able to casually enjoy some drinks like others? It probably depends on the person.
That made me chuckle as well. That's a good point.
People who are pro-marijuana tend to say they can manage it and it is not all that different from alcohol. That being said, almost everyone I know...
I agree, state funding for rehab and programs is a must. It's a shame how short the govenrment is on cash and how inefficient it is...
What do you think is the government's role in helping addicts recover? Surely jail sentencing isn't the answer!
These are some awesome anecdotes guys. Hopefully seeing them will inspire others to share the same road as you! Keep it up!
The posters and picturesthey have around schools showing the effects... phew. All for a good cause if it keeps people off I suppose.
Would you say your own thoughts and introspection played a big role?
Good point. So often organizations and community leaders focua on narcotics and ignore the ever real threat of the abuse of prescription medication.
I had a nice time with family. Everything was nice and calm, no fighting. Tons of food.
Meth and heroine are probably the two worst. Their short and long term effects are probably the most damaging I've heard of. Plus, once you calculate...
What event, experience, thought, or epiphany made some of you guys decide to change your lives and try to quit and recover?