I had been trying million times but he became very angry, doesn't want a talk about
Perhaps being patient, caring, concerned & loving would be the right approach to try & make your son respond to the ills of being on drugs, this could be sensitive, you might perhaps seek advice form a rehab center who deal with this day in & day out for some suggestions, take care, & wish your son good luck so that he gives up this evil.
I was a drug addict for 20 years , I am 42 and have been clean for 9 years now.
Your son will always lie, and never face the thruth, this is a chronic illness, I was in rehab for 1 year.
I would recommend an intervention , where you gather your closest family and friends with the help of a proffesional from a rehabilitation center. All this as my friend Rajive said must be done very carefully and have each member of the family and friend tell him how they see him and how much suffering this situation has caused for everyone who cares for him in a caring and loving manner and how much you want him back. This will have to be monitored very closely by a proffesional, and you have to tell him he has to go into a rehab center in order to get his life back together.-
I hope I have been of help.-
All the best.-
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