I've been using Yaba for six months but am not yet addicted?

by Rimon


I have been using Yaba for six months but I am not yet addicted, but certainly it is a habit I'm sure.

What can I do?

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You may think it's not an addiction but it is.
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Rimon,

The shortest answer I can give you to your question is to quit using Yaba today. That's all you need to do is to stop using it.

If you can't, then you're addicted to it. Of course, many people are drug addicted but they BELIEVE that they can stop using it anytime they want to. But the key question for them is, can they really stop? Often the answer is no they can't, because without their awareness, they have become addicted to it.

Yaba or methamphetamine as it is called in this country, is a HIGHLY addictive drug and often causes MAJOR psychological disruption. Yaba abuse attacks the brain and changes it causes very negative effects.

If you try to stop but find that no matter what you do you're using again, then you must take positive actions to quit.

I HIGHLY recommend that you begin attending 12-step meeting at Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or at Narcotics Anonymous (NA) today. Go to the meetings daily until you stop using Yaba for at least two months.

The 12-step program works for most to end there addiction if you are willing to work the steps.
So what you need to do is stop using Yaba and go to AA today.

Good Luck,

Debbie

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