That part may well be easy for a majority of readers. They feel quite comfortable in saying it out aloud. No, I definitely do not have a problem with drugs. Or. No, I am not dependent on alcohol to help get me through yet another stressful day. That is pleasing, good to know. But there could be underlying challenges which may require you to set the clock in terms of your denialist behavior. It is how these problems start.
You say you do not have a problem with drugs? Fair enough. And yet you are quite able to accept a casual draw of cocaine from a friend or acquaintance at a social gathering which usually includes high volumes of alcohol consumption. As you read this now and with barely a scratch on you, lucky that may seem for you, but you do need to take a reality check and realize just how dangerous such behavior could be.
So perhaps the next time this happens to you, becoming a casual receiver, and user, of illicit but dangerous drugs, why not just go in for a substance abuse treatment savannah consultation. Do this before you’re saddled with a far more serious problem, that problem that could end up being even more difficult to discard. Fortunately for many drug and alcohol users, being that far gone is not the end of their world.
It does not need to be. It is simply never too late to ask for help. As the old saying goes; help is there for when you need it. Help is there for when you need it the most. Do not be stubborn. Do not feel ashamed. Also remember too that love is stronger than pride. And is that not nice. Being in love?