My daughter is dating a heroin addict
More than half (56%) of respondents said they wouldn't remain in a relationship with someone who was suffering from substance abuse, but leaving a partner over their drug use is rarely simple."I was 18 going on 19 when I met Liam* at the warehouse party where he was DJing.
He bought me a drink and was super sweet, and we were into the same music. We were living and studying in different states, so our relationship was long distance for months.
He lives with his dad who lets him go over there and spend the night even though the courts have said NO. However, it sounds like you have done all you can in not supporting her financially and refusing to enable her in any way.
After we'd been together for a year, when I was about 20, he graduated and decided to move back up north with my while I finished college. He was in his element with his job, and I realised drugs were a daily thing for him.
He was used to DJing massive clubs every weekend and now, we lived in a small town and there was nowhere to go out. There was always an excuse to take drugs and soon it became a daily thing to pop a pill, or grab a baggy and go out.
I didn’t always want to party, but he'd pressure me to.
Or perhaps you can search for a therapist on this very website.
Secondly, I want to address the issue regarding your grandson.