Be their for him and help him find the right path
Look I was on dope for 10 year's my wife found out the last 2 year and she was my best friend start going to church that help
she didn't notice because I got up to go to work everyday I was responsible with my kids in sports baseball football and I was always at school events she wondered where the extra money came from but she never was able to put 2&2 together till one day I ended up in the hospital head up anxiety attack
I won't say drop him it's hard but try to help him if you couldn't than ask anyone els .<br />
Love mean that you'll do anything to help him .<br />
If you didn't he'll turnd to someone you'll never know and then you have to drop him .
You most make a decision
I can help, but there's specific things we have to discuss first.<br />
I can't promise anything, from the looks of it I doubt you want to move on. But I've seen far worse... Sadly I am so tired I can't even think straight, but message me we can talk tomorrow.
I've been there. My ex-girlfriend fell into doing drugs too and so I had to let her go, though i didn't want to. I still love her and even see her on occasion to watch movies or last week she brought me some soup because she knew i was sick but I can't be with her now. She said that she has been clean for a few weeks now and is "over it for good". But who knows, she needs more time, plus drug addicts lie- i hate to admit. I have heard the same thing from her before to find out that she never really quit. Good luck with whatever you choose. But i can tell you this from experience. No matter how much we loved each other, it was too much. And no matter how much it hurt to push her away, it was too much. They become your drug. The only way for you to get better is to quit them. Its hard to be with a drug addict and its hard to leave someone you love but with time, leaving feels so much better... Trust me.
My sister was in this same situation, and believed he can change. If he could, it wasn't happening anytime soon and she couldn't see that. He pawned off over $2000 worth of stuff of hers, and lied, lied and said he had E-coli (after my nephew almost died from it, which was a sick joke), and even stole her credit cards, and put her more than $85,000 into debt. That number could be wrong, could be higher/could be lower. It's been about a year or 2 now, and she's still trying to pay it off. It took her long enough to realize, because she acts too much on her emotions, rather than the bigger picture, which sometimes, is not a good thing. = We all learned a lesson from that jerk
Nope = Well... we tried to reason with her when everything was happening, but she denied everything and doesn't like to listen to anybody!
You are not stuck in any situation. . you are staying for your own reasons. ... you have seen the future and it rightly scares you. .. all you are doing now is seeking absolution for your decision
I agree totally and believe me you do have my sympathies ... But you do know what the truth is and where it lays. ... everyone you mention your child you are asking people to talk you out of what you are doing ...I really hope you find the strength. .. for the sake of your child
I'll never understand this.
Life is full of choices, start making better ones.
what kinds of drugs.. if its just weed then eh.. but anything else is a problem
oh yeahh that's a big one, careful he dosent get crazy when hes on it.. is he older than you, somethings telling me hes way older than you
Don't be dumb. Drop him like hes hot.
Smart to do. Life isn't always easy.