COCAINE

Isolde in Cocaine
24 August 2018

Narconon Saved My Son—A Mother’s Story

Where do I start my story? When my son was about 15/16 years old he started giving us trouble at home. He became volatile, critical and sour to have around. It kind of crept up slowly though—not an overnight thing. He had friends I didn’t like and he lied a lot, which I would find out about later.

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Isolde in Cocaine
17 August 2018

UK Cocaine related deaths have more than doubled in the past four years

London, we have a problem. Massive. Actually its not just London. It's Bristol, Manchester, Crawley and many other major urban settings throughout the UK as well. Cocaine related deaths in the UK have more than doubled in the past 4 years.

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Victoria in Cocaine
15 March 2018

This Will “Blow” You Away

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.

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Jemima J. Jones in Cocaine
5 March 2018

From High Up to Low Down

There has been a lot written about cocaine recently, especially with the advent of the internet. Distribution of articles and notes about it, where it comes from, how its use expanded after the 1960’s and much more can be found on the much-loved site, Wikipedia. The articles therein are written by anyone and everyone for publication to a wider audience. Much is said about its addictive properties, the downsides of its use, the heartbreak caused to families where a cocaine addict resides and the deaths from overdosing on it. I make no apologies for writing even more.

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Jemima J. Jones in Cocaine
5 March 2018

It’s Up, Up and Away—Then Down and Out

While there are rituals that users go through when doing cocaine, the drug itself is sometimes misunderstood by those who use it—what it is and what effect it will have, both good and bad. One of its main attributes of cocaine use is its ability to take you up high and then on the other side, to take you down.

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Devin in Cocaine
4 March 2018

Cocaine: From Best Friend to Killer

It has been seen in cinemas, in your living room, on the television, in magazines and even described in books. The moderately well-off person, all the way to the extremely rich are utilizing a dangerous substance to give them the upper hand and the edge to be the best. A white powder designed to mimic energy, confidence, and euphoria, but with every sniff or snort it tears away at the individual physically and mentally.

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Samuel in Cocaine
26 January 2018

Work Hard, Play Hard

I’ve been fortunate enough to work for various organizations over the past decade, including the upper levels of the legal sector, the financial sector and a FTSE 100 events business.

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Isolde in Cocaine
18 December 2017

My Partner is an Alcoholic: Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol is prevalent in today’s world more than ever. It’s commonplace to see this portrayed in Television, Film and in social media, as well as New Year’s Eve parties, college campus parties and twenty-first birthday celebrations.

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Jemima J. Jones in Cocaine
29 November 2017

Misery And Death—A Street Drug Called Cocaine

One of the most destructive sides to cocaine is “the cut.” Suppliers like money and to make more of it, raw cocaine is mixed with a variety of products. Even flour and chalk are used to say nothing of strychnine…

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