ESPECIALLY WHEN MORE, BETTER, HARD HITTING EDUCATION MAY HAVE AVOIDED IT!
As parents we must join together to protect our children by educating them on them real dangers of drugs, this is a war against drugs!
Firstly an Explanation..the name Drugs R 4 Mugs
Is in no way suggesting the people that died were "Mugs" but sadly in today's times of music videos, films and soaps sometimes glamorising recreational drugs use, like the song by Amy Winehouse..they should have made me go to rehab but i said no no no...we have had to create the slogan "Drugs R 4 Mugs to counter the "Coolness" of recreational drug use, we want children and even adults to think of "Drugs R 4 Mugs" the moment they are offered or considering taking drugs or "downing" alcohol!
Can you remember Grange Hills "Just Say No" or the Leah Betts Campaign? I do i owe my life as i know others do too to these campaigned, but there needs to be more, there can never be enough messages and campaigner out there highlighting the real dangers of drug use even recreational use, "Just One Pill Can Kill!
Our aims...With celebrity endorsements we will make the slogan "Drug R 4 Mugs" known worldwide..saving lives as a result.
The teenager, who died in 1995 after taking a single tablet at her 18th birthday party and drinking seven litres of water in 90 minutes, unwittingly became the anti-drugs poster girl for a generation, after her family allowed a powerful Polaroid of her on a life-support machine to be released to the press. It immediately went viral before such a phenomenon existed. The Betts family could never have imagined the frenzy of press attention and later, death threats from furious drug dealers, which would follow that decision. But they also couldn’t have imagined the impact sharing that photo would have on thousands of young people up and down the UK.
Sky Nicol found unconscious before dying at Royal Blackburn Hospital
Sky’s father David, 38, said: ‘You don’t expect to be burying your daughter. This has come as a huge shock to me and the rest of the family.
A teenage schoolboy told his mother, “I love you mum, I promise I won’t die,” before attending a rave where he apparently took a fatal Ecstasy overdose.
Georgina Bartter has been remembered as an 'old soul who loved her family' and a 'perfectly imperfect' role model to her younger siblings at a funeral service in north Sydney for the 19-year-old who died last weekend of a suspected drug overdose