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    Man Seeks Help For Cocaine-Addicted Ex-Girlfriend

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    Man Seeks Help For Cocaine-Addicted Ex-Girlfriend

    Caller: 34-year old man on behalf of his friend

    Problem: Cocaine addiction

    Seeking: Long-term inpatient rehab options

    Reason(s): The man wants to find help for his former girlfriend who is struggling with a cocaine addiction that has spanned nearly a decade. He says that he knows his ex-girlfriend started using in college and has continuously relapsed into using again throughout the five years they have known each other. The man said, “There is something very frustrating about wanting to get someone sober, having them sober for a month and then to have them relapse out of what appears to be almost nothing.” The man states that he knows that his girlfriend entered into rehabilitation before, but only stayed for two weeks. He admits that the two weeks had a positive effect, but she did not adhere to the changes that she promised she would make. The man said, “I think that she needs more time to get used to the idea of being sober, to get past the initial concept of sobriety. To understand that just because you are extremely happy or extremely sad does not mean that you have to resort to drug use.” He wants to find a long-term, inpatient rehabilitation center that could help her get back on her feet. He prefers a treatment facility within a 30-mile radius of her home, but said he is flexible.

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    One Response to “Man Seeks Help For Cocaine-Addicted Ex-Girlfriend”

    1. im seeking the same answers for my boyfriend. better call him an exboyfriend, by the way. i’ve had enough. what a terrible waste of talent. and so young! no one would guess it coming as he’s from an affluent family, went to college, has a good career ahead… he’s one of the kindest, most creative souls i’ve ever come across. terrible that he’d be hooked on coke. we could talk about everything under the sun, but when i suggest he seek help, he won’t. and say it’s all under control. what should i do? is it fine to call the cops when he has friends over? like they do coke frequently in his apartment. so maybe then they could all be cuffed.

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