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What Psychological Dependence Is for Drugs and Alcohol

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There’s a big difference between psychological dependence and physical dependence when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Psychological dependence is when you can’t stop thinking about whatever drug you’re doing. You’re obsessed with it. Obsession means a thought that you can’t get out of your head, no matter what you do. Many people think that there’s no such thing as psychological dependence, that all drugs… 

10 Major Relapse Triggers and How to Deal With Them

The things, people, places, experiences, and feelings that remind us of drinking or using (aka relapse triggers) are often unavoidable. Thinking and even dreaming about alcohol and other drugs is a natural part of recovery. Thinking and talking about cravings for alcohol and other drugs can make some people crave them more. Many people don’t even want to talk about relapse because they are scared… 

Overcoming Fentanyl Addiction

Overcoming fentanyl addiction is probably one of the hardest things an addict can do because of the nature and the power of fentanyl. Fentanyl is a powerful drug that falls under the classification of a synthetic opioid. Before making its way into the recreational drug market, fentanyl was mainly used for anesthesia for surgery as well as a high-level pain reliever for cancer patients.  Fentanyl… 

How to Practice Submission to God

I am going to get vulnerable for a second and open up about submission to God, something that I think a lot of people might feel afraid to talk about. Let’s face it — we live in a time where it just isn’t cool to be a Christian. The Bible says that the righteous will walk the narrow path while the rest will take the… 

Is Weed Addictive Like Cigarettes?

Is weed addictive like cigarettes? That’s the million-dollar question ladies and gentlemen.   While the short answer is no, it’s a bit more complicated than that.  Based on current research, it appears that marijuana is slightly less addictive than regular cigarettes. While cigarettes are physically addictive in the short term, marijuana tends to be psychologically addictive in the long term. However, there is a shocking lack… 

3 of the Most Popular Party Drugs (And Why They’re So Dangerous)

The most popular party drugs are also some of the most dangerous drugs around. The 3 most popular party drugs are MDMA, cocaine, and methamphetamine. I remember in high school going to my first rave at a club in Arlington, Texas. It was a culture shock considering not only had I never been to a club of any sort, but I had never been around… 

What Heroin Feels Like — From a Real Heroin Addict

If you’re wondering what heroin feels like, here’s the truth from a real heroin addict. Heroin is a well-known drug, but many don’t know much about it. We’ve all seen movies like Pulp Fiction or Requiem for a Dream. I gotta be honest, before I ever did any heroin, I for sure thought it was quite glamorous.  I think a common image people have about… 

What It Feels Like to Be Drunk — From an Alcoholic

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I’ve read a lot of shit on the internet about what it feels like to be drunk, and they’re always the same — they’re written by some fucking medical expert who talks about us drunks in the third person and obviously knows nothing more than what it feels like to be tipsy. Not only that, but these laughable articles also pull their signs and symptoms of… 

Does Synthetic Urine Work?

Unless you are a person who uses drugs on a regular basis and is having to pass a drug test for whatever reason, the question “does synthetic urine work?” has probably never crossed your mind.  It’s a fact that drug abuse is running rampant in the world today, especially in the workplace. I mention the workplace because of its relevance in regards to employees, whether… 

How To Stop Taking Drugs — I Had to Learn the Hard Way

If you’re wondering how to stop taking drugs, here’s what you need to know. I’d like to say first that this is coming from the perspective of a person in recovery. Many people can take drugs and stop taking drugs on their own terms and who aren’t in fact real addicts or alcoholics.  This is for the person who has run out of options and…