The signs of addiction affect far more than just the addict, themselves. Just because of this compulsion, the people around you who care about you, notice and perceive your sufferings.
Addiction can be a prompt to other damaging conduct, both to themselves as well as other people.
The situation goes downhill when the friendship starts to become turbulent and eventually degrades. This series is about the various people who are affected in the life of an addict.
It is because friends want an ability to have natural relationships with their friends. Notwithstanding, this weight towards substance abuse can lead them down the way of addiction, also, which will make recuperation more troublesome for both sides. Peer pressure makes addiction a more potent social contagion.
The circle of people you consider to be your friends will start to change slowly as addiction takes control of your life. Unfortunately, for an addict in this situation, the new group of friends may develop from drug abuse bad habits.
New companions might be a part of the drug culture that got you dependent in any case, which would be sad for recuperation, as it makes it a great deal more hard to make new, more important connections that could really help you.