I have been married for almost 10 yrs but was seperated for almost 6. we have recently gotten back together and everything has been great,but during our seperation my husband has admitted to getting high of crack or cocain but has been off over a year in a half. last night he staid out all night and came in right before it was time for work i dont know what to do i have never had to deal with this kind of stuff.i went a brought a home drug test and i really dont know how to approach him with it but i really need to know whats going on pls help someone
22 Feb 2012
I've been there honey. The problem with crack and cocaine is that you can be high for hours after using it making it easy to look like your not on drugs. I always assumed because I never actually SAW him doing crack that he wasn't doing anything. When you love someone that much you want to believe everything they say. Problem is people lie through their teeth when their on crack. It becomes second nature. My best advice since I've been in this situation is sit him down for a serious conversation tell him that you've been noticing changes in his behavior and you've known him long enough to tell when something's wrong. Explain that you love him and his health is your number one priority. Ask if he has done any drugs since you've been back together.
Whatever his answer is make him take the drug test ( and watch him do it so there's no fowl play) if he refuses to take the test then you can gArentee he's up to no good. If he truly loves you hell come clean and talk about his addiction . It's a looooooong road to recovery and he's gunn need tons of your effort and time to help him get sober. However I'd he's not willing to get clean then there's not much you can do. I'm here for you anytime you want to talk. Best of luck don't forget your a strong woman.
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