#6 Mind Map: Drugs

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Sidney Carr

3 Responses to “#6 Mind Map: Drugs

  • Sidney,

    The importance of your topic is clear. It would be super to include, something that Tim mentioned in the ideas for “branches” of the Mind Map, support for “the stakes?” I know there are a number of startling statistics out there regarding drug use in VT. Finding numbers to support the content of your Mind Map, and tell the story of the “stakes,” will be important to your work moving forward.

    Casey

  • Beverly Moss
    4 years ago

    Hi Sidney,
    Your mind map branches point to the many aspects of drug use that one can research. You rightly raise questions about who uses drugs, why they do it, what is the impact of drug addiction, and how do people become involved with drugs? These are such important questions. Have you thought about contacting drug counselors who can talk to you about trends they see in who uses drugs and why? Maybe you can even interview school counselors about drug use in local high schools. Even gathering data about drug abuse among different age groups may help you narrow the topic. I think you will find that there’s quite a bit of information about drug addiction in Vermont. As you continue to work on your project, will you focus more on why people begin using drug and its impact or maybe drug prevention. You have so many choices. Your work will be important to your community.

  • The topic is very useful who wants to know about drug addiction. This mind map is all about drug addiction causes, influences, process and impact of social life as well as individual life. It is a proper drug addiction cycle. The topic is very clear to understand. May be you can add here recovery suggestion also. Recovery process included some activities like personal routine changes, food habit changes, physical exercise. Family therapy, medication and rehab centers are also play a significant role of the treatment and recovery process. Strong mind set up is necessary. People who are addicted always keep patience as addiction recovery is a long process, but not impossible.

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