Forget It If They Are On Drugs Now They Will Be When They Die. Do Yourself A Favor. Get To Where You Can Leave, That Is When You Walk Out You Have Already Moved All The Things You need With You. Go And Never Look Back. God Bless This isn't as simple a question to answer because deep feelings are involved. Once you had a relationship with this person, but when people do drugs they turn into a completely different person. You've hung onto the thought that something you might say to him may make him/her seek help, but the truth is that unless he/she wants help then he/she has to hit the bottom of the barrel. By staying with him/her you are enabling this behavior. People who do a lot of drugs will steal from you, beat you if they think you have anything of value and are hiding it from them (they need that fix because they physically hurt) and no one will stand in their way. Suggest he/she go into a proper detox center and if he/she refuses then you are going to have to leave. You did nothing wrong and you aren't letting him/her down. Many drug addicts have to hit complete bottom and some bounce back because they want too and some die. Good luck! There are people out there that can overcome drug addiction. The important thing to remember is... they have to want to. If they offer to go to rehab after they have gone to prison or are backed into a corner, it's not the same. You need to have respect for yourself. I have been with a person for 5 years. I am tired. I feel like I've aged BECAUSE of this person. The stress is almost unbearable and I'm a laid back person. Please, if you're reading this looking for an answer, the answer is no. They drain you financially. They don't care. No matter what they say, they care more about the drugs than they do about you. If they cared more about you (or themselves), they would quit. By leaving them, you are making sure you aren't an enabler and HELPING them. Let them come back after they have RECOVERED. You will be associated with their old way of life if they get clean. Consider this your sign from God, your warning.
Drug addict is the correct spelling. A drug addict suffers from drug addiction.
The Addict Eats The Drug.That is why they call the name- Drug Addict.I am not smart im really smart
that is my question is Ashly Cole a drug addict
he was not an addict, but he did use marijuana and was an alcoholic (marijuana is not an addictive drug!)
No he most definitely not a drug addict i am one of his biggest fans.
Depending on what drug you take and how often you take it, you can be a drug addict at any age really.
Molly Meldrum is an avid advocate AGAINST drug use and he has NEVER been a drug addict!
I assume you are referring to a drug addict. Alcohol is a drug. Therefore, alcoholism is a type of drug addiction.
pete has been known to take an excess amount of the prescription drug Ativan, but other wise, no he is not a drug addict
I am a self-confessed tea addict.The addict begged people for money.He is just another drug addict.
During a google search no evidence that Lyle Mays is a drug addict came up.
Her shaking hands identified her as a caffeine addict.
To be a drug addict means that you have to depend on a abusive drug. It doesn't matter as long as you keep using it.
No, of course not
No. He is not a drug addict. He doesn't do drugs. He didn't do drugs back then and he ain't doing it now either.
No,I feel like that is the wrong thing to do exspecially if you are in recovery yourself because he can easily be a trigger for you
Legal drugs taken only as directed (not exceeded in dose) can cause drug dependency, which is different than being an addict. However, if the drug was stopped for a chemically dependent person/patient, they will experience withdrawal just like a drug addict would.A drug addict is a person who is dependent, physically, psychologically or both, on a chemical substance, whether legal or illegal.The most common legal drug is alcohol, followed by nicotine.*Addict, and someone who is addicted to drugs.
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