They always put you last, addiction is a life long problem, people need<br />
help and support for the rest of their life after over coming it, if not often they<br />
go backwards. I know a few who are such good pretenders. Living with an<br />
addict is like living with the side effects of the drugs. You get the after math always. In my experience they should not be in a relationship till sober, and sobering up means ultimate changes to their lifestyle. Especially environment. They are secretive, deceiving and dishonest.
I had a bf who smoked pot daily. But I don't really feel like that's a drug any worse than caffeine, so not sure if I can answer the other questions.
There was never enough for me!
i had counseled couple of people..it gave good result..free of cost..i explained the very basic nature of mind, how it makes us slave..how to over power it..and so on..
ugly break-up...I think his addiction fueled it...out of nowhere he attacked me, pistol whipped me, and held a loaded gun to my head...he killed himself a year and half later...I did everything I could to help him, things were pretty good up until that...but he was weak minded and addiction got the best of him...
My wife got hooked on painkillers a few years ago, took our toddler along to drug deals, bartered sex for drugs, stole from me, sold our things, emptied our account...I put her through rehab four times. We're together but it's a bitter hateful mess now.
Only cigarette smokers :-)<br />
Sorry illegal drugs are a red line for me