Don’t treat drugs lightly

 S ome people believe drugs can be safely consumed in a responsible manner as long as it is a matter of individual free choice. “Everyone is free to do whatever they want with their own body or life, right?”

Think again. It is not only the drug user who is affected by drugs. Those around him also suffer the consequences.

Drugs make a person irresponsible, unaware and apathetic. Drugs change perceptions and behavior to such an extent that a drug user will often intentionally or unintentionally harm others. Something as simple as driving a car can become a dangerous act.(16)

“People believe that heroin is super, that it makes you ‘progress.’ But with drugs you lose everything: job, parents, friends, confidence, your home. Lying and stealing become a habit. You no longer respect anyone or anything.” — Pete, drug addict(1)

Relations with family and loved ones are also affected. As a person loses touch with his own life, he starts breaking away from others who care about him.

Life can be difficult, but taking drugs can only make the problem worse.

But there is a road to a happy life.

  • Do not start taking drugs for any reason.
  • If you are taking drugs, stop now. Do not take other drugs as a substitute.
  • Build your self-esteem and pride in yourself so that you don’t feel the need to become involved with drugs in the first place.

    Thousands of young people have succeeded in doing so and thousands more have said “no” to drugs just by adopting these simple principles.

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