My parents are enabling my addicted brother
My brother has been doing drugs for 15yrs.(since 9th grade), he has been in & out of jail, rehab etc.
He is currently living with my parents. (cause the always let him come home)
I am 28yrs old and live with my military husband in a different state than them. So I don’t see them often.
I have chosen not to let my 10 yr. old son spend anytime alone with them this summer & have not visited them. I just don’t want to be around the drama that comes with visiting.
There is arguments over money and I have to hide my valuables and deal with the the roller-coaster of emotions.
My mother makes me feel awful because of my choice. Like I don’t love her.
I am Christian and she says I shouldn’t judge. She makes me feel like the bad guy.
Am I the bad guy?
Should I just deal with him to see my family?
Or should I stand my ground and say as long as you enable him by giving him, food , shelter etc… then I am not coming around.
Do I have to make her choose?
Do you know of any scripture that could help me back up what I am doing is what God would want me to?
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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