Why Can’t I Quit?

New Life Outlook TeamNew Life Outlook Team
Jan 8, 2014

Why Drugs Are So Hard to Quit

When you try to quit drugs on your own, you may find that you aren’t able to quit. It’s easy to tell others that you are drug free even when you are still taking drugs. Instead, getting people involved in your strategy can help you to stop. They can help you to stay on track and help you through difficult times. You need to be honest with your support team and to let them know if you have a moment of weakness. Being as open and communicative about your difficulties is the only real way that you’ll likely be able to quit taking drugs.

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