Drug Subdiction: A True Story Of Drug Addiction

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In reality, drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting takes more than good intentions or a strong will. In fact, quitting is difficult, even for those who are ready to do so. Katerin and her little brother Albaro, lived in their hometown Albuquerque, New Mexico during Katerin’s sophomore year in High School. This story is a hard but true story that not only affect Katerin but her whole family. As you may already know, drugs can be some of the best things known to mankind-they solve illnesses, provide some relief from the killer pollen levels, and even stop that annoying nasal congestion you get in the winter season. Although many people don 't think about it often, drugs can be just as dangerous as they are good if too much or too many are taken. Drug abuse is a very serious problem that can often lead to serious health complications... the same type of complications that may determine life or death if not treated. It all started one day Katerin came home from school and her brother did not come with her. She was very worried but her mom said he was with friends, so she stopped paying attention to the fact that her 15 year old brother was somewhere without her doing who know what with friends. She had never been without her brother and it just didn 't felt right to katerin that he was doing stuff without her. Finally 10 o’clock that evening Albaro show up to the house not one text or call to his sister to even say “Hey sister i 'm ok”. Katerin knew something

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