Although drug abuse is far too prevalent in our world today, it is often a topic that people shy away from talking about. Here are a list of some facts that can help you be more aware of this growing problem in today’s world. Continue reading “Drug Facts You May Not Have Known”
As with all illegal recreational substances, the Special K drug conjures up inviting images. While many claim it gives a wicked high, others experience extremely unwanted effects.
What is it?
This drug is Ketamine and is legally used as a very powerful, short acting general anaesthetic for humans and animals.
How is it taken recreationally?
It is most commonly found in powder form and snorted although it is available in tablet and liquid form.
Using drugs and alcohol can cause serious issues in an individual’s life. Continued use of drugs and alcohol can develop into a dependence, causing more difficulty to stop. It is important to realize the early warning signs in order to prevent drug and alcohol dependence from becoming a reality. Continue reading “Signs of Drug and Alcohol Addiction”
The opioid overdose death rate in the US among young white adults between the ages of 25 and 34 has reached incredibly high levels. Research reveals that this death rate was five times higher in 2014 than was recorded in 1999. Continue reading “Opioid Overdose Death Rate Increase – Why?”
The excessive use of drugs, alcohol or gambling is a double-edged sword that can rapidly cut lives and relationships to pieces. Making amends to those who have suffered from your actions is a gigantic step on the road to recovery for addicts who have been responsible for such heartbreak and despair.
Below we will look at the two sides of this sword from both an addicts’ perspective and from those who have suffered due to your actions. Continue reading “Making Amends Is Far More Than An Apology”
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