My husband and I are both in recovery, we are recovering meth and marijuana addicts

he is back smoking weed. Is it just a matter of time till he is back doing meth? He tells me that the meth ruined his life which I agree, but it scares me to think that it is a possibility for him to relapse and start back on the meth. Not sure what to do.
Theresa
Asked Apr 13, 2010
Hello, the truth is there is a possibility of relapsing. Nevertheless I would suggest you visit https://primechemsolutions.com/ for a possible way forward on how to help your husband. Simply visit https://primechemsolutions.com/
LEAVE!!!!!! If you haven't fallen back YET-you will eventually.!!! Don't worry about him-Take care of yourself FIRST!!!!! HOPE the heck you don't have Childern!!!!! Or will ever...
niteowl24
Answered Apr 14, 2010
try to get help for him, but if it doesn't work then unfortunately you should leave or els he will drag you back to drugs eventually even if he doesn't mean to.
ty579
Answered Apr 24, 2010
Definitely try to get help for him. Tell him about your worries. People say that marijuana is a gateway drug, but I disagree. It could be that he wants to smoke weed to keep from relapsing with the meth. I can honestly say that I have been clean from meth for 2 years now, but I smoke weed everyday. I have never seen a problem with weed. I use it for anxiety attacks, and nausea. It keeps me calm, and helps me suppress my thoughts of other drugs. It could be that he feels that he is close to relapsing, and really wants to stay away from it. If you feel that weed is bad for you, and you dont want to be around it in fear of relapsing, then you need to get away. Tell him that you dont want to be a part of it, and that if he can't respect that, you will have to leave. Now as far as you falling back into the addiction, that is all up to you. Everybody that has used meth knows the burden that follows you after you stop. Whether you relapse is all up to you, you can stay clean girl. Even if it means standing up to your husband to keep yourself out of the line of fire of this evil drug.

Best of luck to you and your husband. There is nothing wrong with seeking help when you need it.
kimikazikola
Answered Jun 03, 2010
Meth is definitely bad for you and so fast addicting. For people who have become addicted, once your trying to get clean & do get clean, you will always want to relapse or have a try at it again. Well every time he gets the urge to do meth just tell him to smoke weed instead. Its harmless & helpful, keeping him from wanting to relapse back to meth & keep him leveled. trust me, its the best thing to do. And you don't want him back on meth, weed is perfectly fine.
Asker1617
Answered Jul 02, 2013
leaveleaveleave . yeah ..
LEAAAAAAAAAVEEEE
Teejaye98
Answered Aug 13, 2013
Hello, the truth is there is a possibility of relapsing. Nevertheless I would suggest you visit https://primechemsolutions.com/ for a possible way forward on how to help your husband. Simply visit https://primechemsolutions.com/
primechem
Answered Nov 11, 2018

TIP: If it's not your answer to this question, please click "Leave a Comment" button under the question to communicate with the question owner.

Categories