Many people who abuse drugs or know someone who does think that the abuse is one sided. People don’t just abuse drugs, drugs abuse people. In the annals of American history, drugs have abused many aspects of our society. Drugs abuse the people around the user, drugs abuse the users life and even their spiritual and physical well-being.
In the fast paced world of technological advancement, many people feel that the use of drugs helps to slow down the world around them when in reality drugs abuse their ability to keep up with our ever changing society. With the advent of modern technology and having it be readily available, many find discomfort in being inundated with the “bells and whistles” that accompany their every day lifestyle. In an average work day, stress can be accumulated through the rigor of trying to keep up with the ever growing inclusion of technology in the workplace. Often times, people choose drug use as a form of coping. Unfortunately, this is usually a means to a disastrous end.
A common misconception in our world today is that drugs only affect a person’s lifestyle. However, some would agree that drugs abuse a person’s spirit as well. Despite the on going argument of whether a spirit exists within our human forms, most people who have abused drugs would say that if our spirits do exist, drugs abuse the spirits natural inclination to thrive. Moreover, the existence of a drug addiction ruins the possible connection one could attain with the spiritual self.
Simply put, whether it be the spirit, the body, or the way a person lives, drugs abuse a persons need to truly be free. Any one who has ever suffered from drug addiction would concur. An unfortunate truth about drug addiction is that it is far too easy to be left behind and for such an affliction to go unnoticed. If you or a loved one is suffering from drug abuse, call Cliffside Malibu today. Our highly trained and compassionate staff is available 24 hours a day to help you deal with your demons. Call now and don’t let drugs abuse you ever again.