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My dad..

Posted by Product of a broken home on 31 May 2016.

My father started drugs (meth) about 5-6 years ago as a way to cope with my grandpa passing away. Ever since then he's been an addict. Its really gotten bad over the pass 2 years and continues to get worse. Since he loss his job he's home all day and has nothing to do so he turns to drugs. My dad was once a man who loved his wife and daughter and would do anything to make them happy. My dad always had a job to support us. My daddy was a bigger man hes about 5'10 maybe 6 foot he had a gut, big arms and chubby cheeks. Now his stomach has flatten his cheeks have disappeared. He sleeps days at a time and can be so hateful to us. He cheats, steals and lies. But i keep praying and hoping that one day my dad sees what its doing to my mother and me and realize that its not the kind of life he wants. I pray that he will stop hanging around strung out people and find some better friends. I love my dad and i hope he gets help soon.

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Icarus Trust
6 Jun 2016

I feel really sad reading your story and hearing the affect that you dad's addiction is having on you and your mum.
If you would like to talk with someone who would understand please contact The Icarus Trust. we are a charity that supports the family and friends of addicts and we offer a free service called Family Friends. These are our trained experienced volunteers who you could be put in touch with. Talking with one of them might help you find a way ahead.
You can contact us on help@icarustrust.org or visit the website www.icarustrust.org
I hope that this helps.

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