Mr. Sefrol wrote:He is one to justify it or avoid giving an answer that makes him out to look bad. Last week he just went on a shoplifting spree and stole just a bunch of junk. Heard that's what some people would do, steal a list of things a dealer wants, then give them drugs in exchange.
And I wish I could do something for him. But I don't really know what. I don't know where he lives, how to contact him, everyone but grandma has downright given up on him and doesn't want to deal with him, and he's hurt me just recently as well selling the bike I sold him for drug money. He's been at this for more than 30 years... It just hurts seeing him how everyone else does after knowing him so long. I would like to have an intervention with him, but most likely he's already been to a few already in the span of those years. what hope do I have to help him?
Well what I think and what I have said aren't exactly the same. I've lived around addiction, from minor things to some of the heavier stuff I have resisted the temptation through sheer fear of what addiction is at its core.Yog wrote:Birdofterror, addictions are very... Rough. Its a bit more complicated than you think.
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