This song goes out to anybody who has been told that the way that they think or the way that feel is the wrong way to think or the wrong way to feel. It goes out to anyone who has ever been knocked down, walked over, stepped on, backstabbed, double crossed. Anybody that feels like they don’t quite fit in with the world. Anybody who feels like when they’re standing in a room full of people, they’re still alone. But more importantly than that, this song goes out to all the assholes that make us awkward kids feel shitty. There is no room left in the world for intolerance and for other people’s bullshit. It’s 2011, people, let’s grow up.
This song is called Therapy, it goes out to all of you. (x)
Mephedrone and ecstasy are often thought to be very similar, if not the same. However, they do have significant differences. Those who use MDMA or ecstasy regularly, and attempt to switch to mephedrone, should know that it opposes more dangers and higher risk of abuse.
According to Professor Richard Green, “Although users report that mephedrone produces similar psychoactive effects to MDMA, these two drugs produce different changes in the brain and the adverse effects they produce, particularly when ingested with other drugs, will therefore be different.”
Medical researchers believe that there are two major effects on users of MDMA that is not found in use of mephedrone, which was monoamine neurotoxicity in the brain, and hyperthermia.
Users of mephedrone often take the drug between short periods of time. This binging also leads to tolerance building and dependency. But why is mephedrone more rewarding to the user than MDMA? Some reasons include: having a quicker effect on the user, and it gives more of a psychostimulant effect than MDMA. However, because of these intense addictive highs, mephedrone also has a higher abuse liability.
“One of the key messages for medics and drug users is that even though psychostimulant drugs may initially seem similar, the differences in the way they work can be critical.”
It is important to realize that abuse of any drug is dangerous, as excess can lead to health risks. Switching from drug to another to get the same effects, such as going from MDMA and mephedrone, is an act that may lead to a more serious addiction problem, and a higher risk of developing multiple addictions to several drugs.
Every person has their own path to follow, with their own set of problems and struggles. Famous actor/comedian Robin Williams is another example of how these problems can severely affect our lives and those around it.
Like many others we have lost due to depression, drug and alcohol addiction, and lack of well-needed support and strength, we will always remember Robin Williams for the great art and kindness he bestowed upon our generation. THANK YOU. RIP