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Well, this is not exactly the case, we all have our role especially if we are serving alcohol. We are not dealers sure, but we are not that far from...
Yes, but when we are on that stage we can still deny it, the problem is when we face reality it might be too late.
That is true Joe, the effect of happiness doesn't last long and usually the next day (if not days) is a lost day, so we really need to consider that.
It's a hard call as we can see, but only those living that situation really know what is better for everyone involved.
Sometimes the signs are not obvious so I think so it's pretty useful to make those tests to dissuade kids from trying drugs.
I am so glad to hear about it! Many times things are bad, but when a connection is established things can improve really fast.
Well, I am not agreeing with that. Alcohol in moderation might be fine, but usually what happens is that people abuse. The same with drugs, are we...
Ouch, that is a realistic, but at the same time strong perspective to what happens to cocaine consumers, a good eye opener for everyone!
That danger exists and it's a real one. We need to keep ourselves apart or else we won't be able to help anyone.
One day at a time, looking at our goal, living our goal and before we realized it we have changed our life simple because we have changed our goals.
I don't think alcohol acts as a depressant, quite the contrary, I felt totally thrilled when I was drunk. Eventually on the long run yes.
It can really be a symbiotic relation if on the other side there is someone who is willing to be helped, all depends on that.
Concentrating on the heart can definitely work as a good inspiration too, really strong words Carnold!
Yep, not only see this, but engrave this message in our minds because if we don't we might start worrying about things we should not.
Nose, veins, overall the whole body gets destroyed and we become a shadow of what we were, a sad picture.