Second Version Substance Abuse

Second Version Substance Abuse
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  • While walking back home from the park depressed, Kim sees 2 adults near a store.
  • OH orange sunshine! I have seen people trying it, but I never learned how to take it.
  • Man this acid is amazing! You have got to try this!
  •  LSD is generally found on blotter paper, which is usually no larger than the size of a thumb. It is colorful and is often mistaken for a stamp or a sticker as there are several characters on the paper itself.
  • This is how it looks. It is only 100 grams. You can't see or smell the acid itself, but trust me it's there and it has a bitter taste. All you have to do is put this in your mouth and voila, all your problems gone!
  • Upon being negatively influenced by the usage of LSD by the adults, Kim decides that he is going to use this drug. However what he is not aware of is the fatal side effects that come with even the slightest dosage.
  • Hmm... this "acid" seems like it's worth a try. Besides it's okay to try it just once, I can stop ANYTIME I want.
  • You only live once. Here I go!
  • So.. Are you ready to finally fit in and say goodbye to all your problems?
  • 8 hours later...
  • Mr and Mrs. Peterson, your son is having repeated panic attacks and will be in this state for at least another 4 more hours. His body temperature is very high, but don't worry it is only short term. Unfortunately, his vision has been severely damaged and his blood pressure will be very high since the over dosage. It is one of the many deadly long term effects of LSD. His left leg is broken and will need surgery to heal. He will need to rest for 3-6 months before resuming any activity.
  • No... Please don't kill me!
  • Don't worry sir, he will be back to consciousness in a few more hours. He has taken an overdose of LSD, which can be treated with a diazepam tranquilizer to help control his feelings of anxiety. Until he returns to his normal mental state and the effect of LSD has worn off, we will be monitoring . Although LSD overdose, death cases are very rare the long term effects make it a very powerful and deadly drug.
  • It's all my fault! What have I done!
  • oh and we have also registered Kim for cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing to help Kim combat his depression. We also feel that inpatient treatment programs are necessary for not only Kim but... but for the whole family. This is for the betterment of your child's future sir. I will get back to you shortly.
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