I think you need to face up to needing to sort out what to do. Find someone to talk to you in your area about his marijuana smoking, prescription drug abuse, and lying to you. Get some counseling on how to proceed with getting him help, you help, and making life better for your young one.View Thread
I think three days is pretty average for even non-addicts your age. I however would be cautious about moving in with another addict and encourage you to check the front of your phone book for resources in your area or call Narcotics Anonymous Phone: (818) 700-0700 to get referrals.
Our Crisis Resources page has other numbers that can help you head in the right direction as well.
There are many ways to help a person who has an alcohol use problem to get treatment.
Check out the guide linked above to help you help someone you care about get treatment for alcohol abuse.
I also encourage you to check out Al-Anon/Alateen Family Group Services Phone: (800) 356-9996, (888) 4AL-ANON (1-888-425-2666) for yourself as well as talk to your doctor about other resources and your feelings in this situation.View Thread
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