Recovering addicts would have a much easier time of it if they expressed themselves. The only problem is, they rarely do this, or they don’t know how.
Bad health habits beget more bad habits, just as good habits beget good habits. For as long as we can remember, this logic has made sense to us. It just computes well that fast-food eaters will likely be ones to skip the gym as well. That people who do Yoga will probably eat home-cooked meals.
One of the biggest struggles our country currently faces is the sweeping drug and alcohol addiction epidemic. As cataclysmic events go, this one has been relatively underreported by the media. That is concerning in its own right.
DJ Avicii died on April 20, 2018, at the age of 28. Tim Bergling, better known by his stage name Avicii, was a Swedish musician, DJ, and record producer. Avicii started his career at sixteen, posting his remixes in online forums. This led him to sign his first record label deal.
Now, Robert, a newly minted Narconon Arrowhead Graduate is ready to put that to the test. After gaining the confidence and strength found by living a drug-free life. Robert is ready to take on the world.
Drug abuse has very specific and very damaging effects on people who partake in such activities. Different drugs have unique effects on people based on the drug being used.
Perhaps the most prevalent factor of 21st-century drug addiction in the United States is that the majority of addicts are not hooked on illegal drugs. They are hooked on legal, supposedly safe, supposedly helpful, pharmaceutical drugs.
The subject of marijuana legality and its value or lack thereof has been a constantly and heatedly debated topic in the U.S. The “marijuana issue” has been under contention and argument for over a decade, with arguments for and against it being lobbed back and forth on community, state, and federal levels alike.
The prescription drug epidemic of the 21st century has the United States in the throes of a constant, vicious cycle of addiction. In a lot of ways, this seems like a problem that we can’t escape from, no matter what we do.
Young people are often thought to be the most “at-risk” age range for drug abuse and alcohol addiction, and to a degree that is true.