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Cocaine over me

Posted by MHC85 on 19 March 2017.

When I met my partner in Greece and he moved here for me from Holland 6 months later to be with me I thought I was in a fairytale. Turns out every fair tale always has a villain and ours is cocaine. I knew he did it before he moved here but things have been getting worse and worse. He use to only do it every 3 weeks but at that time use to take money from our joint account, this hurt as I felt like I was the only one working towards us and future. Now he has a better job but with that comes better money. He now does it every 3-4 days. He completely changes as a person and is not my man. He becomes totally selfish and makes me feel so worthless. He tells me I'm being dramatic, although when he is on a come down (for about 3 days, until he feel better and does it again) he tells me he understands it's a problem and he doesn't want to use. I'm so tired and feel so exhausted. He makes me feel like I'm going crazy and it's all my fault...... this can't be a normal life can it? When things are good they are really good but this is killing me

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Icarus Trust
27 Mar 2017

Hi ,
Thanks for posting your story and sharing how you feel about your partner's cocaine habit. It sounds like you might want to talk with someone who would understand what you are going through. The Icarus Trust is a charity that provides support for people who are having to deal with a loved one's addiction. If you would like to contact us we could put you in touch with one of our 'Family Friends' who you could talk with. They are experienced and maybe talking would help you to make sense of it all and know that you aren't crazy and it isn't your fault. The service is free.
You can contact us on help@icarustrust.org or visit the website www.icarustrust.org
Good luck!

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