Agreed.I wish they would seek treatment but until they actually want to change all the rehabs in the world are useless and money wasted.
Crazy that people believe this. I guarantee there are people you know, that do drugs, and you think they don't. Drugs can absolutely destroy lives, but to believe nobody can function long term is bizarre.
A trick learned by many when creating ABC stores to sell booze. Then endless complaining about medical costs of drunksDealers are no different than so many states.
They need money, have no way to raise it, so they sell drugs.
Look at how many states are selling legalized marijuana plans to the people based on how much taxes it will bring in.
Same, same, all same, only the provider goes from being a "dealer" to the "state".
Two men talking and walking along a Paris street saw a couple women walking toward them. One man grabbed the other by the arm and pulled him into a store. As the women walked by the grabber said “That was close! One of those women was my wife and the other my mistress.” “Funny, I was about to say the same thing.”must be a coincidence. my wife's favorite cousin is my mistress
Yup. My father was an alcoholic, but he only drank after work. He was one of the hardest-working people you'd ever meet, and he would give my brother or me the shirt off his back if we asked for it. He was a Navy Corpsman in the Korean War and he had a lot of demons, if you know what I mean. He never abused us...he just got all mouthy and obnoxious when he was drunk...all bark, no bite. He had a lot of guns, too, but to his credit, he only ever shot one TV set.Meh...
My dad is/was a functioning alcoholic, always worked... Crappy father in many respects,but fed,clothed and put me through college
Another family member is a pot head and is a tenured professor...
William halstead (the guy the hospital is named after), the creator of modern surgery,was a life long, medical grade, coke and smackhead