Cocaine Addiction Destroys Family and Friends Too.
Even though the cocaine addict has no intention to draw anyone into their addiction, The fact is that they do. Cocaine is one of the most common addictions in today’s society and its also one of the toughest addictions to fight, most Cocaine Addicts start innocently they could get introduced to it at a party, or a get together with friends, But after some time it starts controlling their life’s and they start, Stealing, Lying, Cheating and Manipulating so far that their own Family and Friends wouldn’t even recognize them. For most of them it leads to bad relationships they lose weight they could get dehydrated, the addict could even “think” that they are “Fooling” everyone around them.
Everything that used to be important in the Addicts life is gone, the addict that used to get great marks in school now has no interests in even attending school any more. The person that was about to become the CEO of a big company is now jobless. The only thing that matters to them now is the “Drug”.
No Addict gets up one morning and says “Today is a perfect day for me to become a Cocaine Addict” most of the times they become addicted so fast that they don’t even realize yet that they are addicted already.
But the fact is that this Disease is Curable
It could take a lot of determination and many times trying but its Curable, there are many people that where once strong Cocaine Addicts and made it through and today they have Healthy and Happy life’s, the stronger the support they get for what “they” are doing, from friends or family the more chances they have to overcome this disease, Therefore it is very important for the people around the “Addict that’s “Doing” their work towards recovery”, To support them for the courage in changing their lives around. Don’t get discouraged even if the addict is going through a rough time and they could get very angry and frustrated at times especially at the time of their withdrawals.
The right thing to do is, Looking for help from professionals that have the knowledge and understanding about addictions they can also help you with Interventions to get the addict to a place of “Choosing” their recovery but most importantly is for you to know that “Somebody has to make the first initial move and most of the times it not the Addict themselves”.
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