Google Imageย 30 days of Truth is about bringing out the best in yourself. Also, to let people see the โ€œrealโ€ you through what you write. For thirty days I will write about myself, I will dig deep and I hope you can start this journey with me. 30 days of Truth; Are you ready!?

Before getting started on my prompt for today I am going to tell you guys that I am going to the Doctor this afternoon about my diet ๐Ÿ™‚ I will post to all of you how much weight I have lost, and other things that have been going on. I am so excited. I haven’t weighed myself since the last time I went to the Doctor, which was the beginning of June.

Day 20 โ€“ Your views on drugs and alcohol

I don’t know where to begin on this subject really.
I have friends who smoke weed and well yeah, they do it in their time, and I’m not around it. I don’t think “weed” is a bad thing. I, also, think if it grows freely than why are we making it illegal? If it helps people with pain, or whichever, why is it illegal? I know you can get addicted to the stuff, but you can get addicted to anything if you have an addictive personality.
Other drugs on the other hand, yeah, no! I don’t see why someone would want to hallucinate or want to “trip” out. I have never done drugs, so I don’t know what they do or how they “feel”. I think that people should be punished for their actions though, they need to learn self-control.

Don’t be stupid. Drink responsibility, don’t get addicted, and live the life you want. Have fun, drink with friends, but turn your keys in to a friend. Don’t drink and drive and I think 5 drinks is good enough, you can function (sometimes) but you don’t need to get totally “slugish”. Again, Self-Control people. Don’t be Stupid.
I know what alcohol can do to a person, since I was the one being “stupid”. I thought alcohol was my answer when my folks was going through the divorce, I waited for my mom to get back on her feet but I fell hard. I fell hard right into the direction I didn’t want to go, but I felt like a loner. I felt as though I didn’t matter to the world, but I found friends, who filled that void that I had at the time. I found friends who would drink with me to wash away my pain that ache hard in my heart.
At that point I loved alcohol. It was my numbing pleasure that I enjoyed. It drained out all the feelings and my thoughts that I would have as I sat alone in my bedroom with no one else at home. It gave me a sense of not caring what the world thought about me, and I could just drink and sleep, and eventually my world would just pass by and I will be someone, maybe.
I did drive with a hangover, and I regret it. I can’t turn back the clocks of what happened in my past, but I have learned from them. I don’t drink often anymore, and when I do go drinking I wont drive. I believe everyone makes mistakes, and eventually they will see their mistakes and learn from them just like I have.
Also, you can read on Addiction, another post I did awhile back.

Previous Days
Day 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

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