After trying ecstasy for the first time, I cannot recommend it enough. It is an incredibly potent drug, even stronger than cocaine (a strong enough reason to break a few laws, even if you are an adult). It is also the most effective drug, even better than marijuana. So, who are we to judge someone who chooses to take ecstasy? We can’t even compare our own lives—and your life—to a drug’s effects.
The same goes for prescription drugs and prescription drugs that are often used as a way of preventing your blood sugar to decline.
So, that being said, I believe the average person can be helped with moderation, but not with abstinence. That being said, I have tried ecstasy and it did affect me and did not completely break me. It did however make me more sensitive and aware of my surroundings, which is always something that helps a lot of people, and that makes it much more enjoyable and easier to learn.
I think the biggest problem with ecstasy is that it can have a profound effect on one’s judgment and ability to see the big picture. However, the ecstasy doesn’t completely take your ability to “see the big picture” away. The effect is like a drug on the body, it helps in a sense to focus on the details, but it also makes you more vulnerable to the effects of alcohol.
A lot of people use ecstasy to increase their sense of self-control and focus. But it’s also possible that the ecstasy will make you feel so much better that you’ll quit and become more of a zombie than a real person. This is also the reason why many people get so depressed and suicidal when they try to quit or give up the use of ecstasy.
The effect of the drug is quite common, but it is not a guaranteed cure for an addiction. It can cause paranoia and hallucinations, and sometimes it can lead people to kill themselves and others. But it could also be used for self-harm, as people do when they take too much and not realize they are overdosing. The drug is just a more effective way to focus on the details.
But ecstasy addiction is not a problem that is unique to ecstasy per se. We’ve all used it to get high and have been addicted to it at times. The problem is the way that people think about it. When we think of ecstasy as a gateway drug (and many do), it is actually a really effective way to do heroin and cocaine. And it’s really effective for people who are using it in combination with other drugs, because it increases the effect of the other drugs.
The problem is that some people don’t realize that ecstasy can be a gateway drug. That is, there is a certain amount of euphoria that comes from taking the drug. But that euphoria is more than just the effect of the drug itself. It also causes the person to think they are getting high. And of course this creates a mental loop, where they think they are getting high and they become less likely to use the drug.
The fact is that when people are high they are generally less likely to use drugs. But this is not entirely true because when people are high they are also less likely to be at fault in their own actions. And when they are at fault, its because they don’t realize that they are doing it. For instance, taking ecstasy can cause people to get paranoid. They think the police are after them because they are high. And they are less likely to leave their house.
So the people who think they are taking ecstasy are just as likely to get paranoid as the people who actually are. But the second group are more likely to take their own risks. The paranoid people who are under the illusion that they are on ecstasy are less likely to actually do something. So if you are one of the paranoid people who think you are taking ecstasy, then you should be more careful about the information you look at.