Дата публикации: 2017-06-11 21:27
When I met my now husband, he was a recreational drug user, taking mainly pills and some coke. I have always hated drugs, having seen the terrible effect they had on some of my friends, so I asked him to stop. I explained how I felt and said that I would rather not go out with the group of friends with whom he usually took drugs, but that he was free to go ahead and see them on his own. He made the decision that he wouldn't take drugs any more, because it was important to me.
He lied to her, disappears, fights when she tries to talk about it. This isn t come Reddit knee jerk, this is someone who is obviously an addict and also a douche.
Like I said before it comes down to chemistry. People who have lower than average dopamine producing cells are much more likely to get addicted to dopamine producing substances like meth.
Last year, he agreed to give up drugs, but he has resented this decision ever since and took one more pill recently. He feels stifled and thinks that I am blowing this all out of proportion because he is not an addict, which is true. I genuinely feel bad for not being able to cope with it better, but I also think I am right to have these views about drugs.
i think it's wrong for you to say that you "totally disagree" thats one person and if somebody in very early recovery were to read your comment i don't know what they'd take from it
America&rsquo s public policy debate on pot rages on. Currently, 68 states have moved to decriminalize marijuana for medicinal use, 6 while several more states and cities have begun reducing penalties for possession and personal use. 7 The federal government has held firm to its position that marijuana is a serious drug deserving serious criminal treatment &ndash even going as far as conducting raids on various medicinal marijuana retailers in California.
Your understanding of tobacco and cancer is about 75 years outdated. That whole as long as you stop before middle age has been well and truly disproven repeatedly now.
My general advice: It is possible. There is a difference between a casual drug user and someone with a drug problem , or someone dangerously involved in the scene (. a dealer, etc). Where he is on this spectrum is a little subjective, and where you re comfortable with on this scale is also subjective.
One of my fears, due to my last ex, is that because of my lifestyle, my current SO will do drugs she otherwise wouldn t have. My ex went and tried coke among other things without telling me because she was trying to understand my connection with substances. She got something weird from some sketch piece of human shit, and was almost hospitalized. She had all these preconceived notions about drugs because her parents were abusive addicts. She also didn t realize that psychs and whatnot are an entirely different beast from narcotics.
That said, the heart of your disagreement is not whether he is taking drugs that are illegal or dangerous. The more pressing problem is how the two of you can find a comfortable compromise, given your differing attitudes to drug use. The fact that your boyfriend agreed to give up his habit last year and that, by and large, he has kept to his decision shows how much he cares for and respects you. Nonetheless, his attempts have not resulted in an absolute resolution of the disagreement, and you are both still unhappy. You need to look for new ways to break this deadlock.