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Letters from Crystal Meth Users

Many of our viewers have written letters talking about their own personal experiences with crystal meth use and dependency. People of all ages have found their way into the destructive path of crystal meth addiction. They have experienced devastating consequences due to their use and addiction to methamphetamines like crystal meth. Reading user letters will give you clear insight of just how serious and dangerous crystal meth is and how it destroys a person mentally, emotionally and physically. Meth addiction destroys the user as well as those who love and care about them.

Many have found their way to sobriety and the freedom of living life drug free and we thank them for sharing their inspirational triumphant stories with us. User letters from viewers will also give you hope and encouragement if you're living with your own addiction to crystal meth or know someone who is. As powerful and serious as crystal meth addiction is recovery is possible and these letters are proof that's there's life and happiness after methamphetamine addiction.



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    Feb
    02

    Former Smoker

    I used to smoke meth all the time. People are stupid who don't think it's possible to stop. My ex-boyfriend had a meth lab and got me hooked on it. He started going crazy all the time and was always holding guns to my head and crazy things like that. Four months into smoking meth I found out I was pregnant. I stopped smoking meth. I was addicted to meth, in my own mind I wasn't. Now I am a single mother and I have something wrong with my kidneys from smoking meth. My child's father helps me in no way; he's nothing but a junkie. I'm finally getting my life back together, except I have anxiety attacks all the time. I'm only seventeen years old. All of you people who do that need to grow up and care enough about yourself if no one else. I love my son too much. I wouldn't touch meth again if my life depended on it, which it wouldn't but it almost ended it. Stacy...

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    Feb
    01

    Innocent Child Lost on Meth

    Hi, I am 15 yrs. old. I'm from Sun Valley California. I started smoking weed when I was 12 years old. I liked to be high because kids my age weren't doing it so it made me feel older and somewhat cooler. I was hanging out with people much older than me in there 20's and late teens by the age of 13. I still continued to smoke weed and my mom knew. Right after I turned 14, I moved in with my aunt and my cousins....

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    Jan
    29

    Whatever You Call It, I Did It

    This is my personal true story. I have been a meth addict. Some people call it crank. HBO did. I called it speed, dope, and crystal methamphetamine. I am 22-years-old. As of the moment I'm committing this to the written word, I am addicted to alcohol. Keep reading if you want to. I'm not a total idiot sometimes but I am still alive which is saying something. Most people who use are dead before they make it to old. There are a few who live longer than you'd think they would. But most of us burn out too soon to live it up. I'm not entirely sure I'm lucky. All I know is, I'm alive. And I feel that I need to give warning. I knew nothing about drugs that prepared me to what could happen. And if I reach one single, solitary person by writing this, maybe I'll have made up for a tiny part of the evil I know I am part of still. Even though I've been clean, meth free for a while now. It's destroying my brain still. It has caused me to do an incredible number of things no rational mind would consider doing. A mind altered by meth is no longer a rational mind. And to my dismay, to my fear, to my disappointment, and to my despair, neither is my mind....

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    Jan
    24

    The Girl From The Library

    Once the girl from the library, quiet and sweet, now in love with a man who loves to tweak. When first I saw him with his bowl, holding it dearer than he holds me, I wanted to cry, until he looked into my eyes. He offered me a hit and I shook my head, he smiled at me and moved closer on the bed. 'I love you' he told me as I took my first breath, it was strong and made my hair tingle on my head. I smiled at him for about four hours as we smoked and smoked and I asked for more. He kept checking on me to make sure I was okay. I was flying. I was fine. He said he loved me so much that day. I was no dummy, I was in college, I had psych and in that class I learned exactly what we were doing to our brains. Irreversible Damage I still love this man; he loves me more than his bowl now. His pipe is gone, but when the chance comes up, we still hit it and rock the bowl. Now why is that? ...

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    Jan
    23

    The Pressures of Life and Meth Abuse

    My name is Mike and I’m 24 yrs. old. I live in Southern California. I have been reading your stories and almost feel relieved, that I am not the only one who is suffering from the demon of addiction. I must say I had no idea about what type of suffering, depression and hopelessness that would come from using shit (meth). I have been using drugs since I was 13 years old and like a lot of people it started with the innocent experimentation with weed. From the time I was 13 till about 18. I did a lot of drugs but managed not to ruin my life. I smoked weed, cigarettes, drank beer and during my 2 year rave phase and consumed a lot of acid (LSD). I would also experiment with ecstasy and magic mushrooms. Throughout all this I still managed to live a somewhat normal life, do decent in school and play sports....

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    Jan
    21

    The Story Behing My Habit

    I spent about 2 hours reading these letters and am amazed at the openness of the content. It was like I was reading my life story in some of them. I started using Crystal Meth when I was 17. At age 15, I had moved from California to Texas and was thrown into culture shock. The town was small and I soon found out that since there was nothing to do in a town that small, everyone experimented with drugs. My parents seemed to really "bond" with this new group of friends that was coming over. I figured they were really good friends because I would go to sleep at night, and find every one of them would be in the same chairs, in the same positions in the morning. I was naive, but I wasn't stupid. I knew they were doing some sort of drugs. When confronted, my parents would look at me like I was crazy and blew it off....

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