Drug Addiction Secret

by Anonymous
(London)

I’m 18 years old and I’m addicted to cocaine, MDMA and weed. I love the buzz and feeling of being fucked. I am now in my last year at college. I am doing my A levels and this is my last chance.


I’ve been in and out of schools all my life and was once caught by my parents when I was addicting at 16. Since then I have been putting off telling them I’m an addict. They stopped trusting me and life was so hard.

If I tell them now, I will be taken away from college and taken away from my boyfriend. I’m trapped. My mother would only hate me. What should I do? I’ve been finishing 2 grams of coke in a day or a day and a half. I’ve lost so much weight. Having problems eating -- seeing my self in the mirror as fat.

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Apr 05, 2012
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Be honest
by: Anonymous

You have two choices, either come clean to you parents or parish!
Your addiction will only get worse as later 2 grams wont do shit,no effect, so you'll start using double then tripple until your addiction steals your dreams away and turns you into a prostitute to support this expensive habbit... It will be too late for you then, your family wont be able to help you if you get that far. Even if they did send you to rehab, 99 percent of the time drug users relaps..
Your at the start now, so if you get help now it wont be so hard to stop. dont throw your life away girl, appreciate your parents and their consequenses. Tell them the truth and accept their final decision. They'll only want whats best for you.

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