Will he relapse?

by Ava


I split up with my heroin addict boyfriend, after losing my home and getting into great debt. He stole money and things from around the house and spent every penny we had on it.

I went through a year of hell with him, to the point where I almost had a nervous breakdown. Despite all of his stealing etc, he was such a loving person and I know he loved me deeply. I saw him recently and he looked well and said that he was on methadone and that he is gradually weaning himself off it and wants me back!

Will he stay clean or is it likely that he would do all of those things to me over again?

Nothing but Recovered

by: dodyudia

Narcotic addiction makes us do things we do not realize may be hurting the people we love. I also never did anything like that before when I was in addiction. Be thankful we are already free to recall it. If you want to make sure your boyfriend does not do it again, then make sure he is completely free from methadone and other demon’s drugs.

I can only give you the information is up to you to decide. If we are to the doctor, the doctor will only divert our addiction to other drugs. For example, replace Methadone with Suboxone or other drugs. The doctor said it would heal … fact, we will only remain addicted just another type of medicine … I’ve been there and I know, so I decided to look for other alternatives that effect cure.

May God help us all who will try to free themselves from the snare of illicit goods. And rest assured, I’m also concerned about your situation because I know that and I never experienced it here.

Establishing Consistency

by: Ned Wicker

Dear Ava,

You were smart to get away, as there is no future with someone who is using. He may be a warm and loving person, but you need to keep your distance and look at the reality. He has already done a lot of damage to you financially and I can only imagine the emotional toll your relationship took on you. Now he is on methadone.

What else is going on in his life that would give you any sense that he is on firm ground now and capable of living a clean and sober life? Is he in a recovery program, not just using methadone, but a real program that will help him rebuild his life?

I would suggest Al-anon for you. You need emotional support and guidance to keep yourself from falling into another emotional and financial pit.

If over time he gets his life back together, gets off methadone and proves to you that he is a solid, reliable and stable person, perhaps your relationship could rekindle. Odds are against that happening, so be careful.

Yes he will relapse leave him

by: Anonymous


My ex-husband is still a heroin addict I believe there is a high chance of relapse we were together for ten years ..

I was 14yrs now I’m 23years with two of his children that he has no contact with. Before I married him I knew he had a addiction which I helped him overcome. He had a implant inserted, he was clean in total for two years. He went back on it again for no apparent reason, he just felt like treating himself .

Anyways cut the story short he relapsed we starting fight heaps because of his use he started to cheat on me with a girl who accepted him using heroin and then took all my savings his daughters savings stole all my jewelry, plasma TV, etc.

It was hell for me prevent with my second daughter, he did all of that to me. We haven’t seen him in three months he is now doing house robberys and the best thing I ever did was have no contact with him.

You don’t wanna be in love with a heroin addict he doesn’t love you, he loves his drug and he will keep everyone in his life who he can con money out of.

There all liars , manipulating weak minded people who can only help themselves get out before you fall pregnant!!!! Get him out of your life!!! You deserve way better then a heroin addict. Someone who can put you high up on a pedestal and give you what you want!

Take care and all the best.

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