I was reading an article today about cocaine use - and about its' popularity not just being relegated to celebrities and sports stars these days but very much a "mom and dad type drug". A few lines from the article that really struck me were: “It’s a special occasion, a social occasion, type of drug,” Vanessa says. “It’s a once every six months or a year drug. Most people take a sensible approach and it’s not a drug they have regularly. I’m sure there’s lots of 40th and 50th birthday parties going around where that’s the occasion where plenty bust out. In the circles it is used, it is socially acceptable.” She adds: “It is fairly low impact. You can go to a party, have it and still get your kids to ballet the next morning. In terms of the time it takes to get over it, it’s far quicker than a hangover.” What do you think about this sort of very casual, indifferent attitude to drug use? It took me by surprise a lot, to be honest - I understand that not every addict is ready to admit they have a problem, but is this 6 monthly or yearly use that's so indifferent any better?