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Drug addiction is a problem that affects families around the country It all starts with one drink one puff or one snort People think that its no big deal but when the drug addiction affects your family and those around you then it becomes a real big issue Drug addition occurs for many reasons Some people begin using drugs when they are with their peers especially when they are teens Teenagers often want to fit in and be cool They start using drugs for fun but then it ends up being an addiction The most popular drug among teens is marijuana Many teens smoke it once in a while But others smoke it everyday with their friends One of my co-workers smokes marijuana everyday three times a day for breakfast lunch and dinner I asked him if he ever thought he was addicted He said that he didnt think he was And this is the attitude most people have when they are addicted to drugs They dont admit they have a problem so they dont try to get help Many teens dont want to stop using the drugs they do because they like how the drug makes them feel Many claim it makes their problems go away but in reality it makes more problems because youre only adding a big problem on top of the others you have I could never understand why many women are involved in a relationship with their husband being an alcoholic Ive seen cases on TV when the womans husband comes home everyday at three in the morning drunk She doesnt know where hes been but she suspects that he goes to the bars with his friends I dont know how he gets home if he drunk Who drives him This becomes a dangerous situation because now hes not putting his own life at risk anymore he is putting the life others in danger And often this kind of alcoholism
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