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What's a Craving Feel Like?

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What's a Craving Feel Like?

It’s like an itch in the back of my throat that I just can reach, and if I were to put my fingers down my throat too far I’d vomit from a pure overdose of euphoric dissemblement. The feeling can’t be quenched by anything that anyone normal would find purposeful. Rather when I feel a craving come on I begin to find any reason to become sick or ill in efforts to get the “medicine” my body so deserves. I find a reason to feel bad, just so I can find a reason to feel better… When I’m feeling bad...

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How to Safely Use Drugs!

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How to Safely Use Drugs!

Did you know that some people think that you can use drugs safely? Some people have the mindset that if someone they know, or even don't know, is going to use drugs one way or another, that they might as well do drugs safely! Right? If you're not familiar with this technique of drug use, or rather, safely using drugs, it's called harm reduction. It's a fairly common practice for a person in addiction, or advocate, with a different mindset than abstinence. (DYK FACT: A form of tobacco harm reduction is switching to an E-Cig) People who advocate for harm reduction techniques...

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I Was My Own Worst Stigma!

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I Was My Own Worst Stigma!

My substance use started off in my early youth, a young age, and continued until around the end of my youth and early adulthood. So, it’s safe to say that I got clean at a young age too, which is great, but left me with a lot to learn. But, that doesn’t take away from the fact that I did some really terrible things during my active addiction. Some of those things that I did, specifically a name-calling judgmental attitude, were because I felt that I didn’t know any better, while my parents would argue that they raised me differently...

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My Ecstasy Driven Night!

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My Ecstasy Driven Night!

My friends and I started our journey at the park near 5 mile, right outside the suburbs of Detroit. There was a small park there with a ton of exploring to be done. The exploring was in our mind, on our bodies, and with illicit substances. Today was the day that I’d try ecstasy. You take a couple of triple-stacks, usually the pink playboys or blue Mitsubishi’s would do it! How the hell I knew this at the fifteen-years-old was beyond me, but hey, youth addiction is becoming pretty common. Scoot rolls up, being the wheeler-dealer he was, with a...

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Collaborative Communities to Aide Preventing Addiction

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Collaborative Communities to Aide Preventing Addiction

In my personal opinion—which is what you’re here to read—I believe that collaborative communities are the way to finding longevity in not just the recovery community, but our nation(s) as a whole. They have the ability to help create the awareness and educational tools available to prevent addiction before it happens; not after the fact! A collaborative community is the essence of why we share commonalities and differences of our experience, strength, and hope. Through these types of societal changes that will come from creating a more aware, educated, and yet conversational community there will be hope to bring prevention...

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