I have a little bit of a drug problem, I pop pills and smoke weed. My friend wants me to try Crystal Meth and Cocaine. I want to try it just to experince it, But I'm scared. I don't want to hurt myself. Is there anything wrong with trying something once? I'm afraid I won't be able to moderate it and end up killing myself. I think my friend knows what she is doing. I really want you guys opinion. If I'm about to injure myself to the point of no recovery I want to know. I gave up trying to stop. I went for almost two months with no drugs, then I went back to school and the first day back I started again. I feel so dumb like I should just be able to stop but I can't. Greg says just don't do any more and then someone gives me some kind of pill. I'm addicted to having something in my system. I start playing mind games with myself telling myself I'm sick just so I can take more pain killers. This isn't a pity plee, Im not trying to get anyone to feel sorry for me, I guess this is just a last cry for help before I fall to far down.
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this ever stop? no but it changed!
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well, as a standard disclaimer, we can't endorse illegal activity of any kind.
and believe me, you're not going to get any sort of endorsement from me.
you sound hesitant to do something dangerous. that's your good sense telling you not to do it. really. don't do it. i honestly can't tell you any good that can come from this. maybe i'm just biased because i am clean and don't take any illegal drugs. but really, crystal meth can really mess you up, and so can cocaine. they're both stimulants and will make you very awake at least. and at worst can trigger a heart attack. and big surprise, they're illegal.
is there harm in trying everything once? i think there is. after all, you don't throw yourself into heavy traffic just once for kicks, do you? you don't swallow razor blades once for kicks, do you? then why pollute your body with something that's just going to make it work overtime and then make you feel tired as all hell when you're off it?
And why'd you give up trying to stop? I think you can still stop if you want to. It's just that it sounds like you're going about it the wrong way. After all, you're still hanging out with the same people who still offer you more of the stuff you don't want. They don't sound interested in seeing you stay clean. It sounds like you're going to need real help if you want to get cleaned up. talk to professionals. Try rehab (it's not a bad thing, I have had friends go, and they've come out 200% better) if you have to. Get greg to help you out. And in the mean time, avoid the people who will offer you more drugs. You said it yourself, you want help. i know you can get help if you are willing.
Anyone got links for Alateen, Narc Anon, and some of those organizations?
Yes, there is something wrong with trying something once. Most people that are addicted to cocaine got addicted the first time they tried it. Crystal meth is the same way. You said, "I'm afraid I won't be able to moderate it and end up killing myself." You won't be able to moderate it and you could very well end up killing yourself. Please don't do that to yourself. You also said, "I feel so dumb like I should just be able to stop but I can't. Greg says just don't do any more and then someone gives me some kind of pill. I'm addicted to having something in my system." Don't feel dumb about not being able to quit on your own. This is a chemical thing, not a willpower thing. Like you said, you're addicted to having something in your system. I don't know who Greg is, but if he's giving you advise he should also know to tell you that you need to find another group of friends. Like Gumdrop said, if you don't change your environment (the people you hang out with) you won't change your behavior. I wish you luck and hope you get the help you need.
------------------ Munchy, the Munchkin, the Monchichi
quote:Originally posted by cupcake: I was into drugs and that stuff a while ago, got detoxed out of it, but stuff has been getting bad lately, and this just seems like a way to relieve tension.
I had to say it, Cupcake, but that could be a problem. It's okay to escape from your problems now and again, nearly everyone does. But when you pick the same method over and over again, especially if that method is potentially harmful or illegal, then it's time to look hard at what you're doing. If you can't handle stress without drinking (and I don't mean just saying you can, but putting your money where your mouth is and totally giving up drinking for 2 weeks or a month, no matter how stressed you get), then your friend might be right.
Friends who care are a good thing. Wrong or right, it's good to know she cares, no?
hi, my name's lissa. my best friend of 9 years moved away a year ago. we still kept in touch, but then she started hanging out with a new group of people at her school, well, we still talked but not as much. one night, someone got her to try some drugs and gave her an overdose. now she's been in a coma for the past 5 months, they didn't think she would even live through the first week. she is still in my prayers every night, we are only sophmores in high school, and i don't want this to happen to anyone else, so please stop before you hurt yourself, and others
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The best way to get drugs out of your life is to not even try ones you haven't!! honey, if you try it once and like it you won't be able to stop! so why bother? just quit everything cold turkey and push the drugs OUT of your life. I know where you've been I used to be in to the bad stuff (I'm still trying to get out of it and I'm only 14) so just try to get the stuff out of your life while you're young.. you'll feel alot better if you know in life your not doing anything wrong.
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