Perhaps our greatest joy is to be found in the life that we invest in others. That is something which will always be out of reach once your life is consumed by drugs.
I’ve surveyed a lot of people who take drugs to find out why they take them and the answers are varied. But typical answers often include relaxation, creativity, escape from boredom and social inclusion.
A lot of the drug education—as little as there was at my school, was pretty poor, uninformed and not very educative at all. The perceived lack of understanding from the teachers, parents and thus ‘society’ at large was a major enabler for my friends in taking drugs.
New university students, having just finished spending the majority of their life studying and working hard to gain acceptance into the school of their choice, are met with many challenges throughout their university years.
Ecstasy is one of the most popular party drugs ever to curse mankind. Disguised as “fun” and taken liberally by many club goers, this drug is not what is seems to be.
A candid interview with a Narconon graduate.
Is drug use purely and only a personal choice?
It’s a beautiful day on the beaches of southern Spain. The sun is shinning, the sky is clear. You can see the perfect outline of Gibraltar and Morocco. But the placidity of the water where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean is a paradox, when you know what really goes on after sunset.
An exploration of the proper estimation of effort, energy, money, time and resources it takes to achieve this life or death target.
Fentanyl is a man made copy cat drug. It copies heron and produces very very similar effects for example euphoria, sleeplessness, relaxation and the masking over of pain. It also causes constipation and confusion.