(08-17-2018, 07:44 PM)Team Uzi Wrote: It's been legal here in Oregon for quite some time and it seems like there is a dispensary on every corner (like Starbucks) and yet people are overdosing on opium related narcotics daily.
Law enforcement has decriminalized possession of small amounts of heroin and methamphetamine however the situation continues to be problematic due to the large volume of dangerous substances being brought in via the Mexican border.
As long as States like Oregon, Washington and California continue to provide sanctuary for criminals who enter the U.S. illegally peddling their dangerous narcotics, this situation will continue to take lives.
This is a sad and complicated situation, isn't it. It indicates that for at least some, there is an inner need going unfulfilled. If that's correct, enforcement will always be playing catch up. I support enforcement for hard drugs because hard drugs do produce sick people and sick people do sick things. But it's not entirely effective to catch people AFTER they are addicted and using (and hurting people including families who end up being super dysfunctional.)
My latest book, No Pain, No Gain? Nope, Pain! Only Gain
" that would deal with this issue and so much more was going to be coming out this month.
So of course, the latest draft on my computer disappeared. I know better than to highlight and copy from one document to the other. Moreover there were two names for the various drafts, but neither one exists any more.
This can mean only one thing. I'm the victim a malicious attacker who knows what I'm doing and is eliminating what I've done.
The book provides a one-second technique that is hardwired in our brains that automatically brings forth loving kindness, joy, and healing. When someone feels that way, they have less attraction to do drugs or to drink too much alcohol.