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As if there are not enough drugs on our streets already, we are now facing a new addition to this toxic family called Flakka.
Flakka has been dubbed the “zombie drug” and rightly so. Although it does not turn its user into an actual zombie, their behaviour can be likened to that of nightmarish Zombie-themed Hollywood films.
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It is widely believed that peer pressure amongst friends is only experienced during adolescence. However, it is very much present amongst adults.
Those who were susceptible to peer pressure during and towards the end of their teenage years are more likely to fall victim to the very subtle pressure from their peers in adulthood.
It is important to know that there is negative peer pressure as well as positive peer pressure.
Alcohol is a very big part of our lives. It is everywhere you look. Whether you are eating out at a fancy restaurant or out shopping for groceries, you are bound to be met with a variety of liquor to choose from.
The consumption of alcohol has become an integral part of our interaction with others, and believe it or not, the interaction we have with ourselves too.
After some deliberation a while back, I decided to stop drinking and not for any particular reason at all.
I did not give myself a time frame; I could pick up a beer tomorrow or I could never drink again, who knows?
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