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Methamphetamine addicted girlfriend?

No matter what I’ve tried to do she won’t stop using …. Neglects her kids . Sneaks out of the house when kids are sleeping … Having sex with multiple partners …more than 1 guy at a time ….. Selling body for addiction … The last 2 nites i was with her she couldn’t sleep and body was twitching all nite long ….. pupils are always dilated … Moody, verbally abusive 2 children ….

She’s a nurse… scared 4 her patients also …… Her mom and friends are covering for her ….. She’s also a cocaine user and a chronic pothead !!! Bills are never paid …. Goes to clubs sings and gets bidded on!!!!

What do i do ? ;(

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Be Objective

by: Ned Wicker

Your friend is in serious trouble and on a road destined for heartbreak and professional ruin. She needs treatment and you and her family can only try to facilitate that by helping her see her need and getting professional counsel on how just to do that.

Al-Anon is a great organization for helping friends and family cope with the self-destructive habits of those they care for, but understand that you can only do so much. It’s necessary to try to remain as objective as possible and not get on the emotional rollercoaster.

Her job is in serious jeopardy. From what you describe, I can’t imagine her job performance is any good, and surely somebody has noticed. Meth addicts just don’t perform well long term and I am sure there are signs. She’s slowly killing herself and abusing her children, so maybe somebody has to blow the whistle.

I know that sounds terrible and people are often reluctant to be the one who steps up and says something, but she’s a train wreck. If I were a patient, I certainly don’t want a meth and cocaine addict caring for me, especially when she can’t even love her children.

If she gets treatment, she can maybe hold on to her career as a nurse. As it is now, she’s throwing it away. The temptation for raiding the medicine room is overwhelming for someone in need of a fix. Without treatment, she has no future at all. So, I think this is a situation that requires a family and close friend meeting to determine a plan of action.

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The reason for her to start using the drug.

by: Anonymous

She probably felt trapped, bored, and tired of being with you!!

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