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    Man Is Concerned About Son’s Methamphetamine Addiction

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    Man Is Concerned About Son’s Methamphetamine Addiction

    Caller: 64-year old man calling on behalf of his son

    Problem: Methamphetamine addiction

    Seeking: Long-term, biophysical detoxification program

    Reason(s): The dad is calling on behalf of his wife and himself in order to deal with the issues related to his son. According to the father, his son has struggled with a methamphetamine addiction for several years now but both parents keep helping him out whenever it appears that the situation becomes dire. The father said, “It has gotten to the point where I have experienced so much frustration and so much heartache that I really do not remember my own son anymore. The person that I see staring back sometimes does not resemble my son. But if I told my wife that, I think she would die from a broken heart. The facts are simple; we can’t keep helping him financially, especially with my upcoming retirement. We need to decide whether or not we can help him get straight or try to cut him out of our life.” He said that they have considered cutting their son out of their life, primarily because of the son’s erratic and sometimes abusive behavior while high on methamphetamine. The father made it clear that he wants to find a long-term, biophysical detoxification program that would be able to provide some long-term results.

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    1. Admit it, you’ve been “enabling” your son, feeding his addiction for far too long. You’re a part of the problem, and now it’s gotten out of hand, you as a father and provider, finally put your foot down. It’s like many parents… In denial for a long time, thinking their kid would somehow grow up or grow out of the addiction. This is the same story we’d hear here and there, sadly. The best thing to do is get your son to rehab. But do you have the heart and mind for it? Are you sure you’re not thinking, well, can’t we just have medication or an easier way out? It’s common thinking. Because many parents DON’T UNDERSTAND addiction as a problem, as a disease or health issue. They think that when one in the family is doing drugs, it’s a shame. Or they think it’s just a phase. Well, most realize too late how wrong they are. All I can say to the dad – GET YOUR SON TO REHAB NOW! Or else your retirement, assets, comforts and whatever you have now will be gone. Remember that addiction doesn’t just eat up the addict, it slowly kills him/her, and when almost done, the addict is left very, very sick. Decide on rehab now! Surely you don’t want your retirement all gone!

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