My boyfriend of five years is a heroine addict. we have two kids and expecting one more. I cant take any more of this. he shoots up atleast 12 times a day. and neglects me and our children. blows all his money drugs How am i suppose to cope with this.View Thread
me and my bf have been together for a little over five years we have to children together a 2yr old and a 4 month old he has been dealing with this addiction for the last three years, He started off with smoking Oxy pills then went to smoking H and the shooting it up from time to time. He tries to get clean and goes through the withdrawls gets clean for a week then is right back on. I need help our family is falling apart, he is very mentally and emotionally abusive to me becuase of the drugs and is never around are children, what can i do to help him, is there anything I can DO to help him, We are both 21 and i feel like im a single mom with two boys because im the sole parent in thisfamily becuase he is never around always getting high our family needs help bad so and advice or insight im willing to listen thank youView Thread
Thank you very much, and yes its very hard, i maintain a full time and part time job and raise two boys by myself while dealing with his addiction and still try to maintain sanity for myself, is there any 1800 numbers to call that might have resources for meeting and maybe treatment for him?View Thread
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