Most definetly not! Those things... you'll get addicted to them, and they are very bad for you!!! Never, ever take drugs!!
you most certainly should...its as easy as just saying no, or not even being in a situation where it would come up. This was the anti-drug phrase created during the Reagan adm…inistration: Just Say No.
Yes, you don't have to consent to any searches, but you will most likely be detained for not submitting to the request. If you haven't been doing drugs, then there is nothing …to fear and you will pass the test. Refusing to take this drug test only quantifies their suspicion that you have drugs in your bloodstream, or on your person.
There are as many reasons as there are drug-types. Many drugs are addictive, illegal, and physically, mentally, socially, and\\or financially damaging. The short term ben…efit is often outweighed by the long term cost. For example, methanphetamines can damage the dopamine receptors which regulate pleasure, making it impossible to experience happiness naturally (IE, without the drug.) These negative effects often perpetuate the dependant behavior which causes them and circumvents any motivation to resist or change, thus creating a downward spiral which can be difficult to escape or relieve.
Well, first you should see how serious it is; talk to them. See if they do it regularly. And if they don't, if it was just one time and they feel awful about it, let it alone.… If it is a daily thing, then once again, talk to them. Try to talk them out of it. Tell them the consequences of drugs, and make sure it gets through their minds. Make it completely clear to them: YOU WILL NOT DO DRUGS. You have more brains & potential than THAT. To refuse, tell them "Drugs are terrible for you. I will NOT be doing drugs with you, it is illegal and wrong. You shouldn't be doing it either. This better be very clear to you, never offer them again to me." If it gets way out of hand, talk to a non-judgemental, trusted adult about this issue. Hopefully it will get better, give it time. If worst comes to worst, you might have to just walk away from THEM altogether. Best of luck with this issue, remember to always say NO.
You should say "No, i have to get home soon." or you could say "no! i could be taking a drug test at any time!" then like if you have a phone call someone like your mother… of father or, friend-(if you have to) right away for your own safety! Never bow down to peer pressure, only do what you want!
1. Drugs mess with your mind Drug use can cause you to lose your ability to remember things, to think clearly and to study properly. Drug use gives you the impression th…at you are more alert and aware, but under the influence of drugs you are actually lessaware, and less alert. Drug use can also cause people to act in strange unpredictable ways. A person can undergo a complete personality change when under the influence of drugs. Since drug residues can remain in the body for many years after they were taken, the effect on the mind can last a long time. Don't lose your mind! Avoid drugs. 2. Drugs mess with your body Drug use can make you ill and an overdose can kill. Drugs are poisons after all. The list of diseases you can catch as a result of using drugs is very long and includes Hepatitis C, HIV and AIDS. Since drugs also use up your body's supply of vitamins and minerals, you become more prone to diseases. Many drug users suffer from malnutrition as a result of their habit. Why be a loser? Stay healthy! 3. Drugs mess with your wallet Drug use interferes with your ability, which can make it harder to earn money. In the long run, the more competent a person is in a job, the more likely that such a person will earn a higher salary. However a person under the influence of drugs is quite likely to make expensive mistakes and be incompetent. That is unemployment waiting to happen. Also, a drug habit can be REALLY expensive (up to hundreds of pounds per day!) and this is why many addicts are forced into crime. Don't waste your money. Drugs are the ultimate betrayer - you pay big money to destroy yourself. 4. Drugs mess with your travel plans Anyone convicted of drugs offences will not be allowed entrance into some countries such as Japan, Canada and USA. Why lose exciting opportunities to travel? Why limit your options as to where you want to work & live? Many people like to work abroad, particularly in the USA, for a time during their career. This would be impossible with a criminal record. 5. Drugs mess with your life Drug use that seems a "cool" idea in the beginning can turn into a living nightmare that includes accidents, hospitalisation, a life of crime, a criminal record, hurting those you love, destroyed relationships, a prison sentence and death. Drug users often lose their enthusiasm for life, give up sports and hobbies etc, in their fixation on the next score for their habit. Taking drugs definitely gives you a new lifestyle, but it is the lifestyle of a sad loser with no prospects. 6. Drugs mess with the planet Many drugs are grown in Third World countries. The drug barons involved cut down forests for space to grow the drugs, thus destroying the natural habitat for thousands of creatures and upsetting the ecological balance. It is true that natural forests are cut down for constructive reasons by legitimate companies, but there are laws in place which compel those companies to plant new forest as replacements. Drug criminals, needless to say, ignore these and all other laws. Buying and taking drugs encourages more natural forest to be destroyed. 7. Drugs mess with society Criminals manufacture and sell drugs. They do not care what effects the drugs have on their victims; they are only interested in the money. These criminals terrorise ordinary people and society, using violence against anyone who tries to stop them. These criminals establish a social environment where there is no respect for law & order, only respect for violence. This generates fear, suspicion and misery in our communities. This destabilises society and could lead to its disintegration. Buying and taking drugs supports this criminal infrastructure. 8. Drugs mess with your love life and fertility. There is evidence that abuse of drugs can lead to impotence in males. Certainly, abuse of drugs in females can affect unborn children, with the babies of drug addicts far more likely to be underweight and to suffer from birth complications. The damage that drug use can do to one's physical appearance is very obvious. 9. Drugs mess with your hopes and dreams. Drug addicts, when craving their next fix, often do not care about anything other than the immediate high demanded. All other considerations, every aspect of normal human behaviour are ignored in this compulsion. Everyone has hopes and dreams for the future, but for addicts those hopes and dreams only focus down to where the next score is coming from. Hopes and dreams for the future? Only despair and nightmare for addicts. Drugs are for losers…
It is a moot question. Saying it any way you like is not going to stop someone from doing them.
If you are on probation or parole or have a job that requires you to do so , no you can not refuse. any situation other than that refuse you can refuse.
when you take drugs, think about your family who really concerns you I've got over some addiction The most efficient way is "Be brave" You can do whatever you want to
Simply say "No thank you."
you could wlk away, make an excuse (say you have athsma!), or just simple say no
Yes you can refuse a drug test, but you fail
Most people on drugs think they know all about it and they refuse to believe they could get hooked on drugs and are different than most other people so it is a waste of time t…alking to your friend and realize your friend has to learn the hard way. As difficult as it may be for you tell your friend you are walking away from the friendship because you are sad and tired of seeing them misuse the drug and, if they happen to come off the drug then you are open to continue on with the friendship.
Illicit drugs can be very dangerous for physical and mental health. They are also illegal in most areas of most countries. These are the negatives which must be taken into acc…ount when making a decision about drugs, and are why the vast majority of people should say no.