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Cocaine and methamphetamine-induced paranoia

By David Joel Miller.

Stimulant-induced paranoia isn’t exactly a diagnosis.

Paranoia is common among drug users. It’s especially common among stimulant users. When crack cocaine users first began to show up in hospital emergency rooms, there was a lot of confusion between drug-induced psychosis and the onset of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. 927 more words


The Cure

Pop a pill,

Get out the gate,

Saunter through the day

Pop a pill,

You’re good to go,

Things get clear.

Pop a pill,

They’re not that clear are they? 33 more words



Oh god, he’s writing a horror story!

Don’t run away just yet. As you might have noticed, I like to keep my titles vague. This blog is more for me than anyone else, so in the words of Cartman, “I do what I want!” 742 more words

The road less traveled by

There is both a weighty and a light-hearted point to this post.

The weighty part is this. The way in which we are cared for in therapy, if we have a deep and trusting relationship with our therapist, changes our cells. 844 more words


Factors that can affect emotional health and what can help

“Be the silent watcher of your thoughts and behaviour. You are beneath the thinker. You are the stillness beneath the mental noise. You are the love and joy beneath the pain” Eckhart Tolle… 2,578 more words

Forgiveness is finite

I want to know the intricacies of your mind, but I’m afraid the truth will do nothing but disappoint me.

I crave a love from you, and I’m not sure why. 608 more words


The Constant Battle Against Self-Doubt & My Thought Process To Overcome It

No matter what progression I make, there always seems to be that one day or week that I trip really hard and catch myself with my forehead on the pavement.  1,872 more words

The Quest