My husband just relapsed on Meth!

by Norkita
(Reno, NV)

My husband has relapsed with meth and I'm seeking a support group for me in the Reno/Sparks area.

Thank you Norkita

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Addiction is characterized by relapse.
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Norkita,

I'm so very sorry that your husband started using Meth again. Research has shown that the disease of addiction is characterized by relapse.

Often an addict gets up in the morning and thinks to themselves "today I'm not going to use", but before they know it they're using. They can't stop on their own because addiction is a disease of the brain.

Going to Al-anon meetings is a great idea so that you can learn about your husband's addiction and figure out what if anything you can do to get him to quit.

I was able to find an Al-anon meeting in your area at:

NORTHERN NEVADA INFORMATION SERVICES AND LDC
PO BOX 10093
RENO NV 89510-0093
USA

Email: northernnvais@gmail.com

Phone: (775) 348-7103

Hopefully, you can get the information you need to help your husband to get back on the road to recovery,

Debbie

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