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We humans naturally have a high ability of reasoning We know what is good and what is bad for us but we still choose to do things that are harmful to our body Why People have different reasons why they do drugs the most common reasons are to escape from their problems and to fit with othersPeople have all kinds of problems some have a problem with work some have a problem with their relationship and some have a problem with their family The level of the problem is different from people to people and they deal with their problems differently Some are very helpful and healthy like counseling focusing on other things and taking time off to relax In the other hand some people choose drugs which help them for the movement but when they get sober they will still be facing their problems When they keep on using drugs to escape from their problems it becomes addiction Now they have no choice but to keep on using it because its almost impossible for them to stopAlmost everybody likes to belong to others We feel the need to be like everybody else My dad always tells me to choose my friends wisely because he knows people around me have a great influence on my life good or bad He said if you want me to tell you who you are tell me who your friends are It means you are like your friends If I have friends that use drugs I most likely to use drugs because I dont want be left by myself and Im sure its like this with everybody else Its hard to say no when a friend asks you to do something Almost 40 of the teenagers in America use drugs to fit with people their friendIn America the number of drug use is increasing every year and its a lot to do with the stressing lifestyle we have When
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