Using alcohol or drugs regularly can lead to problems, especially if you begin to depend on these substances to feel good about yourself or just to get through the day.
Here are a few warning signs that someone may have a substance abuse problem:
It's usually hard for people to recognize they have a problem, which is why friends or family often step in. Quitting is hard to do, and many people find they can't do it without help. The best thing you can do is to talk to someone you trust preferably an adult who can support you so you don't have to deal with your problem alone.
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