|April 8, 2012||#11|
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i kinda agree on you on why they would take such drug.. but...
in the end.. its just too much...i cant understand how much low you can get to think that it is like your "only option"
and.... i dont know but... can you recover from such an addiction?
i mean, you obviously will need like amputation and such...
|April 8, 2012||#12|
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I heard aswell that there was one woman who somehow survived for 6 years after this drug. But she was already messed up so much.. Barely able to move speak and so on.
|April 8, 2012||#13|
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Well, I just watched a documentary about drugs this morning (I mean, that's the best thing you can watch while eating breakfast, right?), and they said drugs can mess with your brain to the point you can die without taking the drug. (it's possible, it doesn't happen so often I believe, but still.) The brain just believes the drug is absolutely necessary and it won't function properly without it.
When people are so addicted that that happens it's hard to make them stop taking drugs I think.
I'm not sure about the possibilities and chances for someone who is addicted to stop taking drugs, but I think it is possible.. But I have no experience with drugs so I don't know.. xD
(I love your dancing queen sig btw.)