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not right in the head. - January 15th 2009, 06:24 PM

i'll keep this as simple as possible, looong story.
My ex-ish boyfriend is totally confused in the head, he never really knows what he wants and to me it seems like he's not really "with it" he smokes weed everyday, takes pills, and does cocaine some weekends.(every 2 weeks) its my opinion that this is the cause of him being confused all the time. can drugs do that to you without you noticing?
he got me into them and i dont want to end up like he is in the head. has anyone ever noticed themselves or a friend getting this way from any kind of drug?

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Re: not right in the head. - January 16th 2009, 11:06 AM

Hi Zoe,

Certainly drugs can effect a person's memory, they may seem disoriented, confused, and have problems concentrating. What kinds of pills is he taking? Do you mean pills such as prescription drugs?

I would definitely not recommend using drugs. From my experience drugs only make problems worse. It will affect you, the way you behave, the way you think, and your relationship with other people.

Have you talked with him about his drug use? Maybe if you talk with him he'll be willing to get some help before the drugs take over his life or something bad happens.
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Re: not right in the head. - January 16th 2009, 02:37 PM

Yes, that could definitely be causing problems like that. My personal drug use has plauged me with random hallucinations while sober, but my head has definitely gotten a little saner since I have cut back, particularly on the hard drugs.
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