Just found 120 more in her car, goodness what to do
Found a round pink pill with a new york Yankees symbol n my daughters purse, what is this?
- 20 Jan 2010 by stunt
- 7 April 2010
I beleive thats ecstacy. Some good stuff. Dont throw it out.
The name stoner is the one that said don't throw it out, go figure, the name is a give away..
Talk to your daughter then flush it. She needs to know she is on a dangerous path.
Definitely speak to your daughter about this. It is very serious. If that is indeed ecstacy, you will need to have a heart to heart talk about drug usage. I can't think of any legitimate medication that would have such symbols on them. I wish you all the best. And I hope you and your daughter can work through this. Good Luck!
Research things before you jumping on the 'saying NO to drugs' band wagon. Ecstasy is NOT a bad thing. If your kid was brought up with self esteem, and respect, you'll find that self exploration through certain drugs is not only healthy but necessary for mind expansion. True it is illegal, however, if you find some youtube videos asking (even older people in their 50s) how ecstasy helped or hurt them, you will find it was one of the most opening and loving experiences they have EVER had.
It is NOT heroine! It is NOT meth!
But again, just the fact that you're asking on some online forum kinda shows that you don't have a good enough relationship with your daughter to just speak with her. And that your relationship isn't good enough for her to have told you that she wanted to try drugs.
I say go to a counselor to work out your issues with communication with your daughter before you ask total strangers what to do with your life, and how to go about crushing on hers.
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