... accusatory of late, sex problem mine not his, $1,000/mo. Problem. How to help? Of late, it seems that he has no short-term memory; nothing is done right; short temper. He would prefer to say he 'can't' afford me; than, admit he has a bigger problem each day.
Methamphetamine - Alcoholic significant other; severe mood swings, paranoia, loss of memory,?
- 11 Jul 2011 by 13blondie13
- 20 January 2012
Hello, I'm not certain what you're asking. Its likelybe that the alcohol combined with taking the methamphetamines are causing him his problems. I really hope that he finds some help. If he doesn't want to, then nothing will change to any degree. Once he feels the need to make the move, then things will slowly begin to come together. Best of wishes,pledge
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