This book is written to give hope to those who find or have found themselves in similar situations now or in the past. It may not seem like there is ever an end to the onslaughts of life's oceans, but after every storm the sun shines and the sky is blue again.
Not all drugs have the same effect on any two people. The story told here is the experience of one family struggling with their daughter who has problems with a multitude of substances. Cannabis, Cat, Acid and the most dangerous drug of all, Nyaope, will be discussed in detail in this epic story, relaying the dangers and characteristics of these devastatingly powerful substances. It is important to note that the contents of illegal substances consist of the same ingredients almost throughout. The degree of danger depends on what the dealer adds to the composition of ingredients to cut the drug down even further to make more money. No regard is given to human life, nor do they consider the consequences of poverty and addiction brought about by trading these substances.
Dealers are the people responsible for the distribution of drugs. They usually have others to whom they entrust the degrading job of delivering their packages. They are called runners, and are the middleman between dealer and buyer(user). Getting involved, or becoming a vic-tim of drugs is sometimes involuntarily and by chance. It's as innocent as walking in the street and being approached by someone; whether it be a white, coloured, black or Asian man. It would all seem very innocent when the person approaching you says that he has anything on special offer for you. What these people don't say, is that the "anything" is drugs. Some people, when approached by a stranger, refuse these "special offers"; others take the bait. In most instances these people can see who to approach. They know just by looking at their "customers" that they will buy drugs, even if you're a first-time user.