People who are addicted to mind-altering drugs, including prescription drugs, often justify their continued drug use by giving reasons that sound rational. This newly revised pamphlet explores seven common rationalizations, shows how they are used by addicts, and explains why they are wrong. William C. Neely has worked as a chemical dependency counselor and a trainer for counselors, and has written many recovery materials.
Two funeral home anti-drug posters printed during the "war against drugs" era. One poster is white and says on top "Grounded at Age 16" below the image of the casket it reads: No sports. No parties. No dating. No Phone calls. Like 12,000 other high school kids this year-get caught just once doing the wrong drug or the wrong drug combination and you're grounded. That's final." Late 80's AntiDrug Casket Funeral Posters 2 by 20thCenturySuitcase, $7.00