Let's say person A is dating person B. Person B introduces the drug to person A. Person A gets addicted to the drug. Do you blame Person B?
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Honestly, I think this blame game is stupid. Blaming people when it comes to drug addiction doesn't help anyone. It just makes things more complicated and makes you look like a coldhearted idiot. Drug addictions are not just created because one person makes a stupid mistake or because one person introduces someone else to a drug. There are reasons why some people get addicted to drugs and most people don't. For example I could snort a line of cocaine right here and now and I'm 100% certain I wouldn't get addicted. The reason for this is that I don't fulfill certain criteria to become a drug addict. There are a large number of reasons that can cumulatively lead to a drug addiction: poverty, depression, childhood trauma, absence of parents, having grown up with an addicted family member etc. etc etc. There are soooo many reasons that individually just add a tiny bit of risk but if too many of these criteria are fulfilled, drug addiction can become a real danger. Simply blaming people for getting addicted or making somebody addicted is way too superficial and not understanding of the topic.0
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