HEROIN ADDICTION, THE STORY
There is always a story and most of the time the story of heroin addiction is the same in each and every case. The only thing that changes is the peopleinvolved. Somewhere during the course of a lifetime a person meets someone or something that entices or influences them to be curious about heroin and how affects the human body and mind. Not to say that they start out to become addicts because they don't. As a matter of fact the person has no idea what he/she is about to get into. Herein lies the problem. There is not one addict who is actively using heroin who is going to tell the new inquiring person what it is all about. Mainly, because if the new person gets addicted that is one more person that he can play on to help with their own addiction. It is a horrible fate but this is a road that they choose or were played into choosing. By the time, the person becomes aware of what is and has happened it is to late.
The young novice is naive and without instruction.There is absolutely no way to get information prior to jumping in and becoming addicted. The story,yes the story is basically always the same.In my small and insignificant way, I am trying to get the message out and if you will read, look and listen to the way that the events unfold. If you are not so curious as to what goes on outside of your immediate circle, you may have a chance to avoid this pitfall.
In the beginning as you can see, everyone is having fun and just looking to have more fun. That is not a bad thing, it is the way it is approachedand the lengths people to go to.
What can be said? What can be done? There is a life situation for young adults, like school, work and having good clean fun with young menand women. It is my expert advice to follow the counsel of older more experienced teachers, workers and parents. It is a trap that can be avoidedif only you will submit and obey some positive instruction. The world is full of people who are waiting and watching to help you write your story of woe is me.
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Why am I writing this? It is obvious if you look around the street and see the bums, derelicts and others hangingaround the liquor stores or on the corners. Begging, stealing and trying to get the next fix.