Ahhh, time to take my daily dose of snorting cocaine and all. Then, i'll drink some tequila to finish it up.
Farrel!! Come down for dinner! Hurry up! Fine, I'll come up there to your room.
What are you doing Farrel! Are you doing drugs and drinking alcohol?!
Owh no, I'm definitely not doing any drugs.
Farrel is secretly snorting lots of cocaine and drinking lots of alcohol to cope with school pressure.
Listen Farrel, the drugs and alcohol that you consumed before could affect your overall immune system. The alcohol can make you behave and react slower while the drugs can affect you by making you easily depressant, vulnerable to withdrawal and create negative social implications.
I've always wanted to stop doing drugs, but anxiety, fatigue, sweating, vomiting, depression, seizures and hallucinations always come up in me whenever I try to stop.
His mom desperately calls him to eat dinner, but Farrel doesn't respond because of his slow reaction. So, Farrel's mom decides to come to his room to get him.
No! You have to learn to control yourself and be aware. I know its tempting, but I really think it'll help if you talked to an expert about it.
But I really love drugs and alcohol, they keep me calm and not stressed.
Farrel's mom catches Farrel in the middle of snorting cocaine and drinking alcohol.
umm, umm, umm I...., Its....
Hi Ms. Mitchell, Hi to you too Farrel!
Owh hi Edward, Farrel meant that he also said hi, right?
Farrel's mom then explains the negative implications from the consumption of drugs and alcohol. Farrel then explains what he develops when he tries to stop consuming drugs and alcohol.
After a long talk between both of them, they decided for Farrel to go to rehabilitation to get healed and hopefully get better.
Going to rehabilitation center
On the way to the rehabilitation center, both of them meet Farrel's old friend Edward. Then, the negative social implications kick in and he then develops slow reactions and nervous around well-known friends.