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Have you ever believed in something your entire life only to come to terms that your belief is miss-informed Recently something like that happened to me For a speech class I had to do research on a popular drug called ecstasy used at raves and underground parties My first take on the drug was that it was very unstable and that it could eventually lead to death Obviously you believe most stuff you read in the news and so I took the news to heart about ecstasy The problem was that the source of my information was really unsubstantiated rumor I used to believe that all drugs were bad no matter what but in fact after extensive research on ecstasy I discovered that there is therapeutic value in that the drug helps patients of therapists open up more during sessions I believe the DEA should lift the ban it has placed on ecstasyObviously you are taught from an early age that all drugs are bad and using them is only for the bad and scary people of the world But research has shed new light on the popular drug ecstasy Ecstasy was developed and patented in the early 1900s but it wasnt until the 1970s that it came in to the hands of a therapist About to retire from a life long career in therapy he was convinced by a friend to try the drug The following day he abandoned his plans of retirement and went on the road touring the United States introducing this new drug to therapists During this time he spoke to over 4000 therapists and convinced them to at least try the new experimental drug Almost all of them decided that it was of use and started implementing it in their sessions At this time there was no consequence for using or possessing the drug It wasnt until 1985 that the DEA got word of this new drug and put it
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