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Advice on husband shooting up
I have been suspecting that my husband has been shooting up pain pills and heroin for a long time. He had done very well for the last week or so after I found out I was pregnant. He was the man I fell in love with again.
Sadly, to my demise, I had an early miscarriage at just over 5 weeks 2 days ago. He was so happy he was going to be a daddy and have a reason to change his life!
Unfortunately, I found while he wasn’t home, his “stash”. Finally! The needles and the spoons and the cotton. I’d been wiping blood off the bathroom counters for a while as well as droplets of whatever he shoots up off the walls the floor and counters too. I feel relieved that now I know the truth. I am not sure how to tell him I KNOW now.
Before it was why did I hear a spoon on the counter? Or why did I hear a belt and you don’t have one on? But now I have all the evidence I need! What do I do?
I love this man and he wants to try again to have a baby. I’m so confused. He didn’t used to be this way. I’m not sure when he started using. He started snorting them and I guess he’s been shooting up for a few months now.
His mom is now aware and I showed her the stuff to prove it. We aren’t sure how to approach this situation. We are not children or teens. We are in our late 20s and I really want a baby but I don’t think I can try until I know he’s clean and sober. Please give some tips on how I can confront him.
and Finally Remember:
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.”
– Matthew 7:7-8
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