Have you found yourself taking drugs more than at just social functions?
Has your daily life been impacted by your drug use?
Taking drugs is a problem. Many people have turned to them over years for one reason or another. However, taking drugs has serious consequences for you, your health and your quality of life.
There will always be stress factors in the workplace or home. There will always be deadlines to meet and telephone calls to make. There will always be someone who will nag you for one thing or another. However, you must learn how to cope with these situations without the aid of your friend, the drugs, now. Fortunately, stopping your drug use for good is an achievable goal. There have been many people over the years who have been in the exact same position as you are in right now. Perhaps you have already attempted to quit taking drugs but were never successful. Perhaps you were successful in first attempts to quit taking drugs but were unable to keep up the good work. That's okay. You are not doomed for a lifetime of taking drugs. You still have a shot at stopping taking drugs for good. All it takes is a desire to stop taking drugs, learning about drugs, understanding that you are the only one responsible for your drug use regardless of external influences, and an open mind to the ways to cease your drug use. This is the basis for QUIT, the four steps to stop taking drugs.
QUIT is a four-step method to quit smoking. Like the acronym ROY G BIV you learned in elementary school to remember the colors of the rainbow, QUIT is an acronym to help you remember the four steps.
Q stands for Question Yourself about Your Drug Use. It is important to question yourself about your drug use because this will give you an understanding about why you want to stop and why you take drugs in the first place.
U stands for Understand What the Problem Is. Equally important to questioning yourself about your drug use... Download and start listening now!