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A story about addiction
“Everyone drinks, don’t they? At home mum would crack a bottle open after work. Mum let me drink too because she said it was normal and it’s about being sensible.
A few times I got really drunk with my mates and I liked it. I could talk to girls and didn’t feel awkward, so I started having a beer before going out with my mates. Sometimes the thought of college stresses me out and I have a can on the way to college. It makes the day so much easier.
My mate said she could smell it on my breath and asked me if I had a problem with alcohol. It got me thinking the thought of not having a drink at a party makes me feel anxious and like a don’t want to go. Who can I talk to about this?”
How Jaden can get help
If you find yourself wanting to drink or take drugs to get through the day or do not want to go out with your friends without alcohol, cannabis, or other substances, you may be worried that you have a problem. There are services and people out there who can help you.
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Or she can speak to a trusted adult such as a parent, grandparent, teacher, youth or social worker who can use this website to figure out how best to get help in this very dangerous situation.