15 Starting Crack

When i was 15 my sister’s ex boyfriend sold crack to me. i didn’t know what it was. i just put it in a pipe and tried it.

First thing don’t ever ask what it feels like its impossible to describe. I started off buying 100 sacks. i’m not black i’m a little white boy. i’m 17 now but i started at 15 i look like i’m 12 no one believed i smoked crack cause i looked to young to be doing it.

I remember my last time i took my last hit and 1:24am in the morning woke up my mom and said “mom i need help i’m addicted to crack”. Try saying those words to your mom it was the hardest thing i ever did in my life.

She started crying next day i went to juevy. I was locked up yeah big deal. I still phone for crack from this day and my sisters boy friend is still hitting me up.

My life is so crazy i live in small town. Never thought u could find crack. Don’t be fooled you can always find any type of drug no matter where u live. i’m going to try to write a book i’m so young it will be some real stuff. Everything i said is a 100% true.

I’ll admit i WAS a crack head. But deep down in side crack is stuck in my head!

You’re not alone NEVER

by: jordan16

I’m in recovery and doing a report on addiction that part you said of people didn’t think anything of it because I looked so young, just gave me the chills everyone did the same to me.

I know terry

by: Anonymous

Terry continues to smoke crack, also use many other drugs. He is a thief a liar and a an addict. It’s kind of sad, but he can go to all the rehabs he wants. He will only get better when he is ready, which he is not.

15 Starting Crack

by: Lynette

Dear Terry,

Thanks for writing. I find it very sad that you are addicted to crack.

I am a recovering alcoholic. I started drinking when I was 16 and continued until I was 28. I have not drank for 25 years. I know how hard it is to quit. Unfortunately, I think any addiction is progressive and I got to the point where I was getting drunk EVERY NIGHT, by myself most of the time. It started out being fun and it ended up to being an addiction.

The first thing I did when I wanted to quit was to go to my medical doctor. He was great. He gave me medicine that was non-addictive to help my sleep because I was so afraid that I couldn’t sleep without alcohol. Then he said that I should go to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, which I did. It was so scary to go, I’ll never forget, but it was so refreshing to see so many people being so open, honest and welcoming.

I would strongly suggest that you go to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting and to go to a drug and alcohol counselor. Also, you could talk to a medical doctor or a clergy.

Please – don’t waste your life on drugs. I wasted 12 years and I really regret that. I now have a son who has struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction for years, so I know both sides of the story.

You need help and support!!

I now go to Al Anon meetings (for friends and families of alcoholics and drug addicts). I also see a counselor, talk to my minister and see a physician’s assistant.


Maybe you think now that crack is all you need to be happy but – believe me – you’ll find out that it will lead to other drugs and more and more destruction of both your life and of those who love you.

Best wishes to you and I will pray for you.-Lynette

No Place Safe in America

by: Ned Wicker

Crack addiction strikes younger and younger people every year. I hope you are receiving treatment and I hope you are in a safe environment. The addiction will kill you at a very young age. At the very least, it will ruin your life.

You need help. I hope you have somebody to turn to. Think about your mother. Think about her pain because she loves you. Get clean for her and make something of your life.

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