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There are a limited amount of places where one can do drugs. Of those places, drug users select a certain few places where they prefer to do drugs, and then do drugs most often at a select number of places that are convenient. Essentially, a regular drug user will often have a regular place to take their drugs. After they’ve done drugs regularly in the same place, the connection is made. A bathroom, a bedroom, a certain club, will always be associated with drug use. People trying to quit drugs often talk about how they have to avoid their old haunts, because they feel a rush of anticipation. That rush is not just mental. –Esther Ingliss-Arkell

Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a story or a scene about a drug user and their special place.

Journaling Prompt: Write about a place that has a strong association for you.

Art Prompt: Substance abuse

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Inform your audience about how decriminalization has worked in other countries and make a case for or against decriminalization in your country.

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