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I think I got my friend hooked by Edwin Beckleladge - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 13:55:39 EST ID:Cemc7aZ3 No.286783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>get prescription for dexamfetamine due to my extreme adhd
>smash it all and share with my friend
>'i'll cut you off if i feel like you're getting hooked'
>now he's getting street speed and says 'don't worry, i cant afford to be addicted, stop worrying about me'

We always share drugs though, we used to go on month like molly benders, shared coke and kept our cool selling to other people. so i thought nothing off it when giving him dex

always had a mutual agreement where we'd prevent eachother from becoming a junkie. be honest lads, it's my fault isn't it.
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Eat mushrooms and smoke dmt - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 15:43:42 EST ID:9CJbTj9A No.286784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your friend can make his own decisions not your fault at all
>month long Molly binges
You're probably both retarded already so there's nothing to worry about
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David Clumblecocke - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 20:54:20 EST ID:Sg1Spkot No.286803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rat_Park
You could think of it as a community problem/failure. You'll be better off if you quit playing the blame game and focus on solutions. You weren't meant to deal with this alone and it isn't solely your responsibility to care for your friend.
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Charles Turveywater - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 21:48:08 EST ID:VSb69ZP4 No.286804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286784
At that point meth would be healthier so i think ops friend has found his calling.
...

don't do meth
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Samuel Bimmerstone - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 11:44:54 EST ID:Jo7gpmYo No.286824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's actually better if he could afford to be addicted, being short on cash and doing drugs is much worse than having some spare money all the time and buying stuff
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SpeedDreamin' - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 17:16:43 EST ID:Iv4n6sMg No.286874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Your threat to cut him off based on your subjective, unprofessional opinion of his state may have motivated him to seek out and obtain another source, but I doubt you got him hooked, as it were.

I hate to boil it down so but for brevity's sake, that energy, that attention was going to go somewhere.
Does he smoke cigarettes?
Does he binge drink?
You may have exposed him to that vector at this particular point in time,
But were he left to his own devices and had whatever led him to develop a problem not been addressed, he likely would have found amphetamine eventually, were it destined to be his undoing. Otherwise, it may have been a different drug, maybe an opioid or tobacco, as I suggested. Maybe not a drug at all, maybe something like getting into fights, sexual promiscuity or assault, porn, dangerous driving, video games, food. So many from which to choose.

Rates of drug use have gone up globally yet rates of problem use remain relatively constant. It would seem that only a certain subsegment of the population is prone to or will develop a drug problem. This, to me, indicates underlying issues that unaddressed, lead to self-medication and resultant overmedication, tolerance accumulation, dependency, and addiction.
Source:
https://www.unodc.org/wdr2017/field/WDR_2017_presentation_lauch_version.pdf

Though, after saying all that, what you've described to me and everyone else here does not sound like addiction - unless your benders are compulsive, and beyond your control.

Your friend simply found himself a plug 'cause you weren't bein' cool, bruh. There's no reason for alarmism.
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Clara Drellybitch - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 23:13:58 EST ID:vKAn7vHw No.286879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286784
>You're probably both retarded already so there's nothing to worry about
kek
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Rebecca Cittingkug - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 18:13:06 EST ID:c6R6Y0Jl No.286889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
your friends decisions are completely your fault, better carry around a bunch of guilt in your heart for like 15 years
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Fanny Beshsurk - Sun, 17 Jun 2018 07:06:39 EST ID:uy/oDuc8 No.286896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286874 nice post dude
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Esther Shittingshaw - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 09:06:30 EST ID:vwjjapk+ No.286917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286783
Er... no?
People are solely responsible for themselves dude, not to anyone else.
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Ian Packlechotch - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 11:17:45 EST ID:EmoCufLT No.286920 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're giving your friend the ultimate gift; struggle.
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Augustus Cruckletodge - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 06:51:19 EST ID:nV9fn+lC No.286949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286783
definitely an australian pic!
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Augustus Cruckletodge - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 06:53:58 EST ID:nV9fn+lC No.286950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286949
also nah mate, not your fault, you did what you could with what you could. i'm sure he's not that outta control.
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Edwin Ficklewit - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 21:24:04 EST ID:cC7ohNiU No.286975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know I sound like your typical "hurr durr toughen up" dickhead but I never got how people got super addicted to amphetamines, including high quality crystal. Like... Yeah it's more addicting than fucking caffeine and shit but there's no horrific multi-day withdrawal like there is with hardcore opiate use.

Not trying to be the "my drug is harder than your drug" douche but I find even weak opiates like DHC to be more addictive than dexamph/dexmethamph and I've used both classes of substances extensively.

Oxycontin almost destroyed my fucking life. So glad I quit early and forced myself to exercise/do psychs instead.

amphetamine is still tight as shit tho. I love how you can be a functioning adult in public on stims while still being high as shit.
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Hugh Weblingson - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 21:50:36 EST ID:TKlCUPhO No.286977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286975
Different strokes for different folks - my experience with opiates sounds like the how you described yours with amphetamines, meanwhile adderall and meth damn near ruined my life, culminating in a horrific psychotic episode and rehab. Never had any problems staying away from opiates, but I also never had easy access to them like I did amphetamines. That probably had a lot to do with why I opted to abuse them, that and the fact that they don't really have any kind of withdrawals to worry about.
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Jarvis Dammerford - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 14:14:18 EST ID:5ndUw6qh No.286990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286975
As long as we're having a dick measuring contest
>my benzo withdrawal is even WORSE than your opiate withdrawal ',:^)
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Fanny Bripperbitch - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 18:52:11 EST ID:iTkD4E/9 No.287018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>286975 there are people who can bear physical withdrawal more and other people who can bear psychological more. also, with meth there's a long crash and coming-down which lasts days and reinforces use. mdpv is even worse. I view this as opiate dependence is an endless escaping from pain, while stim addiction is an uncontrollable lecherousness. Both need very strong psychological will to overcome, but opioids need physical strenght too.


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