Cocaine addiction

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Experience | 0 comments

Doctor: Ok, Hi. How old are you? Patient: I am 23. Doctor: Where did you come from? Patient: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Doctor: When did you start using drugs? Patient: I started around 16, started smoking weed, and gradually started taking different drugs. Doctor: What kind of drugs did you take? Patient: I smoked weed, I tried extasy, I tried cocaine and then I found oxys and heroin. Doctor: How long did it last? Patient: The heroin lasted and oxys about two years. Doctor: And why did you decide to get treatment? Patient: I just needed help. I was doing outrageous things to get money and I was just unproductive to society. And I decide to change. Doctor: And how do you feel now? Patient: Now I feel good, I feel great. I’m healthy and clean. Doctor: What changed so far? Patient: My whole life changed for the better. Everything is normal and good. Doctor: Are you satisfied with your life now without narcotics? Patient: Yeah, of course it’s just way better, you wake up normal and you go to sleep no worrying how to get next fix the next day and this is nothing like. Doctor: For how long have you been clean? Patient: A year. Doctor: Are you satisfied now after this year, how do you feel? Patient: I feel great, just got to keep going. Doctor: You returning back now to Canada? Patient: Yeah. Doctor: What are your plans for the future? Patient: I’ll just be normal, doing normal things, get a normal job and just live life relaxed and normally. Doctor: Ok, I wish you all the best. Patient: Thank...

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