Drugs and how it effected my life.
As an Aboriginal and a recovering drug addict this is my point of view on this addiction with drugs. Drugs can cost you everything such as the trust and respect of loved ones, to some crime committing such as theft and breaking and entering. There are a lot of reasons why people turned to drugs today, some are ashamed of the pain and trying to bottled up from sexual and physical abuse, some doing it out of boredom and they are curious about drugs, and others do drugs because, of peer pressure. But most of all drugs can cost you your life.
Losing the trust and respect from a loved one especially your parent is the hardest to deal with because, the trust and respect you have to earn it back and that is the hardest to do when your family doesn’t believe you. Especially when you tell them that you are going to changed your life around. Especially since you have told them so many lies and made a lot of broken promises, just to get your way, or get the money you need for the drugs. Believe it’s painful for a parent to watch their own child poison themselves with all the chemicals that are found in drugs today, and have your own child look at you right in the face and say they do not have a problem or refuse to seek the help they need. The reason why I know all this is because, that same person was me nine and a half months, and I have done the same thing to my mother and loved ones in my life. All I did was push and push them away with all the lies that I’ve told them just so I would be able to get my next fixed, or scored enough money for my habit. Throughout the years I’ve watched my mother suffer from pain and stress that I was causing. She also did a lot of worrying and praying for me to get better and healthy again. I can honestly say that I’m not the only one who has done this to their parents, put through a lot of pain just so you have your drugs, and didn’t care for the ones you hurt. Even to get the money you need for your...
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