Am I enabling?
I have a 32 year old son who is addicted to cocaine and he has been for years. He just spent 3 weeks in rehab which I know is not enough. He has no job, no car, no home.
Is it wrong to let him live with me and see if he will get a job? I know I have been an enabler in the past and I don't want to make the same mistake. There are shelters here, but he won't go to them. Do I just leave him homeless? Please help!
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