The Dope Diet Part 1

The ‘The Dope Diet’ is an intimate diary of a young English man David Grey and his struggles with smoking dope.
As the subtitle states he lost more than 8 kilos, money, family, friends and nearly his sanity during his journey, crusade for legalisation and acceptance.

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The ‘The Dope Diet’ is an intimate diary of a young English man David Grey and his struggles with smoking dope.
As the subtitle states he lost more than 8 kilos, money, family, friends and nearly his sanity during his journey, crusade for legalisation and acceptance.
Dame DJ has written this with heart felt pain witnessing this first hand and for all the families of sufferers from addictions who still watch, support and wait not knowing what the outcome will be.
With no medical background she honestly goes into his behaviour, moods, progress, then regression over a two year period.
David Grey has written ‘The Pot Hole;The dope delusion’ in reply giving his version of events, his rational, hopes and realities. It’s a powerful and moving read.

1 review for The Dope Diet Part 1

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    A rare and personal first-hand insight into the complicated world of dope addiction written by a family member. The Dope Diet records two years and a real page-turner that proved difficult to put down because we identify with the characters. After I read this I realise how complex and multi-layered all addictions can be and what a dangerous balance we struggle with. Dame DJ gives a heartfelt account of conflicting emotions and frustrations, and I really want to know what happens to David Grey. We have struggled with alcoholism in my family and this was insightful and honest which could be very helpful for those going through similar struggles with family members. I have started reading The Pot Hole to understand David Greys perspective and get the full picture.

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