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Drugs What do we know about drugs What do we imagine when we say this word White powder a young person wiping out any possibility for his future to grow killing himself slowly Drugs came in our life and destroyed any relations between parents and children I say any because this is the word defining exactly what happens when a child starts taking drugs Ignorance Ignorance from the rest of the world living in a world with no real friends no sun no flowers no stars no tears or laughter no love The only friend of the drug addict is the syringe And nevertheless there are people who manage to emerge from all this to overcome their dependence from drugs and let their life change continue develop or whatever word youre comfortable with Why Why there are so many drug addicts Why does a child become a drug fiend There are people who are more probable to start taking drugs than others People who are more responsible stronger and are always in charge of their own problems these people never take drugs as they say themselves These people are able to obey someone to entice someone to listen or act for someone but to get what they want to get the joy they want But there are weak people who have closed and ignored themselves from the rest of the reality people who live in their own world They are usually not willing to solve their problems by their own so they find a friend who helps them And all this because you dont need neither to obey nor to allure the squirt No you just take it and you get they joy you have been longing for so fervently ignoring everything else around you You get a false joy and become unable to feel anything as you try to get another dose
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