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Don't mistake highs for happiness

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10th Apr 2012

I had smoked weed on the odd occasion, and so when I met my boyfriend who smoked weed regularly I thought nothing of it at the time. I was never interested in other drugs, and my partner had just tried a few in the past. But one thing led to another and I had tried esctasy and took meth as much as it was available to me. I lived with him by this point in our own two bedroom house. But things became worst, our house became a home for people (supposly our friends) selling and taking drugs. Often money was stolen from anyone in the house by anyone. I ended up encouraging my own friends to join me with drug taking. Me and my boyfriend argued regularly and were both depressed, so our relationship ended after a couple of years. This included me having a poor relationship with friends and family at the time. I also became ill from the come downs, and regularly took time off work. I conutined to take drugs after the relationship, until one day I thought I was in company of old friend. He gave me some coke but then tried to pressure me for sex. It was the shock I needed to make a change. I did find it hard at first, but I found new interests and friends. Which didnt compare to how I felt before. I still can't believe how trying some weed at 17 had quickly changed into a different life style. It is easy to become caught up, and putting yourself at risk in every way possible. Dont mistake highs for happiness.

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