You don't get it do you! Addiction is a disease. I'm not going to argue with a person who does drugs and admits it too. Living in your disease has its shortcomings such as "NOT BEING TAKEN SERIOUSLY" now go check into a drug rehab and learn the Serenity Prayer and get your 1 day sober chip. The first step in recovery is admitting you have a problem.<quoted text>
Obviously your head is where you sit . Drug use is a choice , it is not airbourne,can't get it from a door knob or you don't get it during sex!!(which by the way all these are treated how?.... with drugs ) I choose to use drugs nobody makes me.
Drugs and alchohol do not make people stupid , they evidently already were. Nor does not doing them make someone smart .So when you hear thay loud POP !! Don't be alarmed it's just your head exiting your ass!
[Main Entry: dis·ease
: an impairment of the normal state of the living animal or plant body or one of its partsthat interrupts or modifies the performance of the vital functions and is a response to environmental factors (as malnutrition, industrial hazards, or climate), to specific infective agents (as worms,bacteria, or viruses), to inherent defects of the organism (as genetic anomalies), or to combinations of these factors : SICKNESS, ILLNESS called also morbus; compare HEALTH 1 dis·eased /-'Ezd/ adjective
ad·dic·tion (ə-dĭk'sh ən)
a.Com pulsive physiological and psychological need for a habit-forming substance: a drug used in the treatment of heroin addiction.
b.An instance of this: a person with multiple chemical addictions.
c.The condition of being habitually or compulsively occupied with or or involved in something.
d.An instance of this: had an addiction for fast cars.
a.The condition of being habitually or compulsively occupied with or or involved in something.
b.An instance of this: had an addiction for fast cars.
Main Entry: ad·dic·tion
: compulsive physiological need for and use of a habit-formingsubstance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal; broadly : persistent compulsive use of a substanceknown by the user to be physically, psychologically, or socially harmful compare HABITUATION, SUBSTANCE ABUSE Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary,© 2002 Merriam-Webster, Inc.
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