Well then you would be like most of the alcoholic community with ADHD. But if indeed he is an addict seeking help would be the first stop to focus on. Treatment centers can help with working with his medication during his stay.View Thread
A lot of times there are common misconceptions of the AA program. I know by experience I walked out immediatly after going in the first time. But as someone explained it better I was able to grasp the idea in a different light and accept it. I am now 7 and a half years sober at the age of 24 and I also work at a treatment center. Needless to say it works. If you have any questions let me know.View Thread
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