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    Senior Member Azseroffs's Avatar
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    Mj is a trip for me. I cannot stop thinking. I become uber focused on figuring things out. It's cool if I'm just chilling, but it's crippling if I'm trying to do something. I can't focus on anything outside of my head for a length of time.

    psychedelics are pretty crazy, but I've only tried salvia which from what I hear is actually one of the strongest hallucinogens. After about 15 minutes of being in another dimension, I was wondering what the actual reality was for a bit.

    edit: thought i'd mention I don't do any drugs anymore.. aside from an occasional mj session.
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    To paraphrase what my drug-counselor psychotherapist with multiple degrees (who still goes to college to receive continuing education and stay up-to-date on his practices), with over 35 years experience counseling with addicts, says:

    Addiction is a nameless faceless selfish disease. The ingredients to become an addict are essentially a bad childhood, and genetics. Sometimes only One is needed. People from all walks of life, all kinds of people of all different temperaments suffer from the disease.

    So, I'm going to go with what he says. All personality types are likely to get involved with drugs.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    me too, an istj. i had to be the one to tell him to chill out.

    Me too.

    The only two SJ's (ISTJ) I know (that have taken the test several times) both had SERIOUS drug problems as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clownmaster View Post
    The ingredients to become an addict are essentially a bad childhood, and genetics. Sometimes only One is needed.
    Eh, that's not true. Neither is needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Eh, that's not true. Neither is needed.
    There are exceptions to every rule. Those guidelines are a rule of thumb.
    And, a bad childhood can be as simple as neglect, so it's a broad category.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clownmaster View Post
    There are exceptions to every rule. Those guidelines are a rule of thumb.
    And, a bad childhood can be as simple as neglect, so it's a broad category.
    I wouldn't even call it a rule of thumb. Most drug users I know had perfectly fine childhoods, and don't have parents that use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I wouldn't even call it a rule of thumb. Most drug users I know had perfectly fine childhoods, and don't have parents that use.
    Well, we disagree then.

    Because you can't spell "Slaughter" without "Laughter"

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    I can't relate the propensity to take drugs with specific personality types. I think every type experiments, and has the capacity for addiction.
    IMHO

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    My ISTP ex was a terrible drug addict.

    Then again, I was slapping booze and pills away from several ENTPs I knew/know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Then again, I was slapping booze and pills away from several ENTPs I knew/know.
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