This article discusses female involvement with drugs. The impact of female drug abuse on the family and the culture both touched on in this comprehensive article.
Harm reduction is a common subject of debate in India. This article breaks down the main ideas of harm reduction, and discusses its pros and cons.
Hi There Friends, I would like to thank Mr. Rony George and Mrs. Sushupti Rony director and program co-ordinator at chaitanya mhcc. For wat i am today, I was an addict as well as a p.d. It is because of them that I stand here today on my own with my head held high. Going… Read more »
This story can be found on Faith Foundation Society’s website. To find out more about Faith, go to their website or check out their listing page. I was in my graduation when I started using alcohol for fun and curiosity. After some days my sense of fun would only be related to consuming alcohol. In… Read more »
This story is about Shri Yogendra Kumar, President of Sai Sahara Drug De-Addiction and Rehabilitation Centre. The story can be found on their website. To find out more about Sai Sahara, check out their website or go to their listing page. It wouldn't have been possible for me to come into the treatment without the… Read more »
It seems there is a new article written almost weekly about technology addiction among the younger generation. The article below was just written in the India Times about SMS addiction. What do you think? Is this an addiction? Have you come in contact with people who are addicted to texting or other technology? Maybe you… Read more »
I abstained from alcohol for a few days, but on the next new year party drank to my heart's content. At this instant, I felt that I cannot quit drinking and I had to die with it.
This is an eyeopening article originally from Times of India. Purba Dutt considers why “celebs in the West don’t mind facing their inner demons on the psychiatrist’s couch, but most Indians remain wary.” Actor Catherine Zeta Jones went for some rehab shopping last week, checked herself into a facility, and after about two weeks’ treatment… Read more »
I am a recovering drug addict. I started drinking heavily and abusing drugs when i was 16. I didn’t realize what was happening to me and soon I was in the grip of addiction. I couldn’t stop using drugs and everyday would find a reason to get high. Slowly, I was so addicted to it that I had to use every day to survive. But I couldn’t do anything when I was using, my brain was so clouded that I didn’t realise that I was making a mistake and most importantly I didn’t know that there was way to stop.