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Anonymous 16/11/07(Mon)03:38 No. 13252
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What should you do when you see your loved ones spiraling out of control and abusing substances heavily?
I am a huge drug advocate but I always think people should use drags in a smart way that is not detrimental to their health or life.

I am just worried about the one person who I care for in this world. I don't know what to do?

She is developing a meth addiction.

She hasn't slept in days and is still going to work, but, she is getting worn down. Fed up with everything.

I just don't know what to do.

Advice?


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Anonymous 17/01/21(Sat)23:10 No. 13329

>developing a meth addiction
she's a full blown addict mang

Sit her down for an intervention, explain to her how your worried for her and that you feel she needs help bruh.




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