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Inevitable doesn't mean it needs to be soon though. I'm guessing you're in your 20s, right? because you're certainly sounding like someone in his 20's who doesn't realize just how much time to live you actually . I can't make you do (or not do) anything against your will, but I am trying to save you from a lot of suffering. You're not just playing with fire anymore, you're playing with with fire and your clothes are doused in gasoline, you're no longer making the same gamble the average person is when trying drugs, you're odds are different and they're stacked against you. it COULD go well, but that's a big if.
And as much as I hate to be that guy, I see a younger, less wise, version of myself in your post so I have to touch on the ''I feel that a drug-free life is impossible for me to lead'' part. Maybe you should explore what's really giving you that impression, because if psychs should have taught you anything, it,s to treat impossibilities with skepticism, especially those created by your own mind. Change is a fundamental force of the universe (arguably THE fundamental force) and just because you think that you are that way, or perhaps actually even are that way now, does not mean that is who you'll always be. Your self is not solid static thing, it's a constant unfolding, a perpetual fluctuation that you can only glimpse snapshots of.
IDK, maybe I'm just wasting my time preaching to some stranger on the internet who's only looking for external validation to prejudiced convictions but in the of chance this actually reaches you, I beg you to think long and hard about who you are, who you want to become, what you want your life to be and how drugs play a part.
The drugs will always be there my man, try out sobriety (like a legit try, not just a few weeks/months where your brain chem is still adjusting and not truly ''sober'') and know that you can always go back to the drug life. It will always be there. But getting back your mental health and stability? That's not always an option alas.
Also I seriously recommend picking up a contemplative practice, because sobriety without one is kind of a drag for seekers like us.
Anyways, at the end of the day it'll always be your call. I wish you much love my man (or woman) and hope whatever you decide ends up working out for the best. Good luck!