I have a good buddy who I'm worried about.We're both from similar backgrounds, being knockabout kids in our youth and growing up with some pretty bad guys around.He's grown up, has a great job, good…Continue
"It's tough, Meth has become so common here in Melbourne. It seems to have become more widely accepted.
Other drugs like cocaine are incredibly expensive here compared to the rest of the world so this seems to have filled a gap in the market.
"I've got a brother-in-law who has royally screwed up his life with drugs. He is smart had a great job, beautiful wife, and two great kids. My sister-in-law recently left after filing for divorce. It was a long road to get…"
"I opened this link expecting you to talk about your friend with a marijuana "problem". He has a job and seems to be able to support himself pretty well, so I was about to laugh and close the page until I saw the dreaded METH…"
"My deepest sypathy, my friend. Having been on both ends of this (having treated meth users as patients and having to deal with a problem of my own), the only real way is for him to crash, and hope he doesnt burn. You may be able to talk him out of…"
"Sound words David F.
Having been fooled around myself, I can comfortably say that neither my parents, siblings or friends could sway me at the time. I had to fall to stand up again. Once I decided to stand up again, that's when all the support…"
"I had a my best friend go the route of drugs. I did not. At one point we stopped hanging out because he just wanted to go hang out and get high. As I did not I was not much fun to be with anymore.
Tell him what you told us about…"
"You can talk to them and they may do an intercession but ultimately it is him that needs to make the decision. If the intercession does not end well and he keeps on using then you need to walk, I can't stress that enough. If you…"
"I hate to say it but beyond telling him he's screwing up his life there's not much you can do about this. The only one who is going to change his behavior is him and it may take reaching that rock bottom. If you've already…"
"In a nutshell, that's pretty much it. Beyond what Shane said here, it's neither your business, your responsibility, your place or your right.
Let him know that he is wasting his life, enabling his girlfriend to throw…"
"Pretty good advice Milo,
I think his use has been becoming more regular since Christmas/New Years. He's financially very stable and it's a cheap drug here so there's not the fear of the immediate financial issues that would be faced…"
"Here are some things that I think you should consider.
- Remember that there is a big difference between being "judgmental," and being analytical.
- Is he just experimenting, or has this gone beyond experimentation and into addiction?
"If you just want a job to get some cash coming in, there's always several industries with a high level of staff turnover you could look at.
Identify them (where I studied it was caring for people with disabilities and food packing. Both…"
"They stopped being manly long time back. Except for the Duramax Manufacturers put on features that appeal to women because they are far better spenders and consumers than men, on average. Among the unmanly features are those that have nothing…"
"Thing is, you're imagining that she thinks you're into her, and you imagine she's not into you, and you imagine that if you talked to her about this you'd sound like a loser. It's all in your head. Could be…"
"Have you considered the fact that she may be trying to hide the fact that she has feelings for you? Women are a lot better at doing that than men. Or, she could be convinced that you're determined to get into her pants. If it's the second,…"
"I lived in KCMO for years - any truck company near The Paseo or Troost needs to issue vests. LOL
I guess I may have been a little strong - heck my dad was a small town cop so I'm certainly not "anti-police". I just question why…"
"There, i will cede defeat. I have absolutely no clue. Well... maybe a little clue. The main station for one of my jobs is in a truly vile part of town. Hell, i had to patch bullet holes in the roof this spring. Armor, i could see here. The MRAPs? No…"
"Ok, I'll cede that one. It is interesting though, that when we talk about the police, it is always referred to as civilian law enforcement.
Still open is the question of why police forces need MRAPs and armored vehicles to serve bench…"