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Anonymous 16/11/07(Mon)03:38 No. 13252
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What should you do when you see your loved ones spiraling out of control and abusing substances heavily?
I am a huge drug advocate but I always think people should use drags in a smart way that is not detrimental to their health or life.

I am just worried about the one person who I care for in this world. I don't know what to do?

She is developing a meth addiction.

She hasn't slept in days and is still going to work, but, she is getting worn down. Fed up with everything.

I just don't know what to do.

Advice?


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Anonymous 17/01/21(Sat)23:10 No. 13329

>developing a meth addiction
she's a full blown addict mang

Sit her down for an intervention, explain to her how your worried for her and that you feel she needs help bruh.


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Anonymous 17/06/19(Mon)02:29 No. 13380

The best thing you can do is be there for them. Just don't give them any money.


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Anonymous 17/07/17(Mon)13:26 No. 13391

Just let nature take its course. Wait for her to die from her addiction, since she is clearly past the point of no return, then kill yourself in grief.


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Anonymous 17/07/28(Fri)13:33 No. 13398

>>13252

Let her know how you feel. Help her get help if she wants it.

But honestly, you should probably leave. I hope you aren't married. This will take you down too, you should leave.


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Anonymous 17/09/11(Mon)20:18 No. 13407

>developing
>meth addiction
Nah, this is a poison. Either try to convince her to lower the dose, or slip her some skullcap and have her sleep off the addiction. Once you get her in a better state, make your ultimatums and have a backup plan. People in this state are slaves to the drug, you should show them that there is no future with you, or for them, if they continue.
The only way you pull someone out of addiction is having them access their other desires for what they want out of life and appealing to those. You cannot fight against the pleasure of the moment that they are getting, so the main object is getting them to think long-term about daily behavior.
Also, the observation is key. Her specific patterns of behavior will be distressing, yes, but if you maintain your composure and treat the person as a person instead of a family member and don't let your love get in the way, you'll increase the chances they will take you seriously.
In their minds, they do not take anything seriously. They have given up, so either find out what they want the most and have them suffer for it or prepare to abandon them to save yourself.



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