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- How do I know if they're using drugs?
- Why do they use drugs/alcohol?
- Is it my fault?
- How can I cope with their behaviour?
- Understanding the stages of addiction and recovery
- Where do I get the help I need?
- Getting support for your loved one
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finally news .........but sadly not good
Posted by Franticmum on 14 June 2014.
an update on a recent post, ive finally had news about my son , he has been seen by a friend of one of my other sons, not good though he was seen going into a cash converters store with a tv which we dont know if it was his, he was very scruffy looking and skinny, seems he was with several other undesirable looking men, it looks like he is back in the grip of the evil drug heroin, Ive suffered 18yrs some not as bad as others, some where i have feared for my sanity, he has not been in touch with anyone in the family since the episode the other month so while we have not got the violence and anguish of him in our lives it doesnt make it any easier to cope, I cannot go back to those dark days but what can I do? It is his choice but once again it has a knock on effect for all the family. I cannot understand why he is doing this, i know all about the evils of addiction but he is someone who hit rock bottom and was climbing back to a better future, I think I could handle it if it was just a relapse but feel there is no coming back from it this time, I fear he will end up killing himself or in prison, dont think Im going to get the happy ending I thought we were heading for this time last year. feeling very very down tonight dont know what to do anymore I have not got the strength to go through it all again.......
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