Dating someone who does drugs

the good times will start to pall when you realise he's only "good company" when he's coked, and when he can't get any you will bear the brunt of it Thanks everyone. I've read about the effects and how it can cause mood swings, paranoia, aggression etc.

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To Not understand why people get so selfish at the airport?

Obviously there are people who are fine with it though.

Can anyone whose been in a relationship with a cocaine user or who has done cocaine on a regular basis give me their experiences? Mid 30s, you need to be with a potential life partner if you want to have children and this man isn't. You've already said he makes sure he keeps his weekends clear for coke. Weekend cocaine users can be addicts too, and often are. Cocaine psychosis is no fun yukhe seems charming and good looking nowimagine a drug-addled 60yo, crumbling around the edges with half his nostrils missing, and a cocaine-reliant fucking foul temperhe reserves his time to allow for drug-using opportunities ?

I've been doing a bit of reading about it and I don't know whether it's going to cause a problem soon. We have a great time together, he's good looking, very together, good job, has properties, nice family You would have no idea if you met him that he did it. Cross posted - thanks Madonna Whore (great name, btw! Get ready for the head games, the paranoia and the attempts to catch you out. That 2-3 times a month you naively quote is a massive underestimationit seems you are happy to fool yourself even at this very early stage in your relationshiphow much more self-delusion would you have to employ to stay in a long term relationship with a drug addict ?

Everyone I know who dabbled had a couple of years of quite regular use, then they all grew out of it. Arrogant, self absorbed, intense, bit paranoid, all social activities have to be centred around an opportunity to take drugs. Never being able to do fucking anything without drugs coming into the equation at some point.

And they way you describe it, it does sound like he has a habit that he's probably only just about got a handle on. to be furious husband has complained about my weight To take down a slimming world poster stand outside of my house?I've only ever tried it once but I prefer to get my highs from real life rather than depending on drugs for it.I am fairly tolerant to drug use (I wish I wasn't but I am though I do find his attitudes about fairtrade a bit hypocritical given his cocaine use), and I haven't asked him not to indulge.He's also reluctant to make plans because I think part of him wants to make sure he has drug taking opportunities at the weekends.Twice he's cancelled plans we had because of what I think is 'Miami flu' - i.e. Hmm, he probably does it more often than 2-3 times a month. I don't have experience of a coke-head but I spent a long portion of my life with a alcohol abuser and I can tell you that anyone who is even half-way reliant on a substance to give their life a buzz is a mammoth let down in the end. They do not 'do' normality and resent anyone that tries to impose it.A history of addiction doesn’t necessarily turn Mr./Mrs. They’ve waged a courageous battle, spending a great deal of time working to take care of and improve themselves.

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