It Makes Me Normal

The Lamest Excuse To Use A Drug

Being natural is normal. Being substance-free is normal. Being you without any exogenous chemicals is normal. When you use a substance to get high while hiding behind the excuse, “it makes me normal,” then something is clearly missing from your natural self when not under the influence. No drug can make you normal. None. Zip. Zero. Nil? Yes, nil! People want to see the real you and if you’re saying that drugs make you normal, then there is something that you’re doing wrong or suffering from.

Drugs were never created to make you feel normal. There are many arguments behind the creation of drugs, but almost everyone will agree that drugs are not a replacement of your personality. If your personality is changing while experimenting with a drug, then please discontinue that drug pronto. If anything good is to be observed of drugs, it’s perhaps their great ability to make you more creative, allow you to think outside the box and relax more efficiently. But your personality must remain congruent with these drug-induced experiences, or else you’re allowing the drug to mold your personality into someone who you’re not.

Don’t do that. Just be normal. Just be you (with/without drugs).

Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

8 Replies to “It Makes Me Normal”

  1. What if someones normal comes from what that drug does for them? In my experience anyone that says that they feel normal after taking anything that alters your so called normal has some type of mental disability. So maybe it does help some feel normal because of there disability. Just asking not debating! -justmikeyf

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      1. Those are the ones that just wanna get high. Instead of saying it makes you normal they should be honest and say they like being high. Ty for clarification.

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