I’m losing you

I’m losing you to drugs, I never thought I’d ever say that but I am. When I first met you, you were so different and so anti-drugs, we laughed for hours even on bad days. We were inseparable and there wasn’t a day where I didn’t want to spend it with you cause you made me laugh and smile. You were my best friend, you are my best friend. You always will be. But you’ve changed, you aren’t the same anymore. Maybe it’s because of all the things you’ve been through, your life hasn’t been easy but this choice isn’t the best one to deal with it. You don’t see it and your keeping it from your mum because she wouldn’t like it and your lying to everyone. You’re not the same best friend I know and love. We don’t talk the same anymore, we don’t laugh the same anymore. I’m losing you and there’s nothing I can do because to you I’m in the wrong and I don’t know what I’m talking about. There’s nothing I can say or do to make you realise it’s not good for you.

Please please please, realise before it’s too late. Not just for my sake, for your family’s too. They love and adore you, just like me. And you can get through anything, but drug isn’t the answer.

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